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Topic - Mark O'Mara
The attorney who helped George Zimmerman win acquittal last year says he was asked to represent a Florida firefighter charged with sexually assaulting several women because of his ability to handle sensitive cases.
The Orlando attorney who successfully defended George Zimmerman after he fatally shot an unarmed teen has been hired to defend a Deltona firefighter accused of rape by a dozen women.
George Zimmerman's attorney, Mark O'Mara, said on Tuesday evening on CNN that he was stepping down as legal counsel for his now-famous client.
George Zimmerman's defense attorney Mark O'Mara took to CNN to explain why the family Mr. Zimmerman helped rescue last week canceled their scheduled press conference on Wednesday.
Although George Zimmerman has finally been found not guilty, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid warned, "this isn't over with." Before the next drama unfolds, let's take a moment to reflect on this ordeal.
George Zimmerman is due to get his gun back — and that's a good thing, because now he'll need it more than ever, his lawyer said.
A jury began deliberating George Zimmerman's fate Friday after hearing dueling portraits of the neighborhood watch captain: a wannabe cop who took the law into his own hands or a well-meaning volunteer who shot Trayvon Martin because he feared for his life.
The defense attorney for Florida resident George Zimmerman relied on the wisdom of Founding Fathers to make key points to the jury during his closing arguments on Friday — and to emphasize that the jurors were representing the Constitution at work and ought to take their responsibilities seriously.
A Florida judge has denied a request from George Zimmerman's defense attorney to acquit the neighborhood watch volunteer of second-degree murder for fatally shooting Trayvon Martin.
George Zimmerman's lawyer sparred with prosecutors over the former neighborhood watch volunteer's finances Friday in a lengthy hearing that concluded with a judge saying he would need more time to decide whether to post bond again.
The former neighborhood watch volunteer who killed Trayvon Martin told his wife to buy bulletproof vests for them and for his attorney, according to jailhouse calls released Monday.
The former neighborhood watch leader charged with fatally shooting Trayvon Martin was confused and fearful when he and his wife misled court officials about their finances during an April bond hearing that allowed him to be released from jail, his attorney said Monday.
The defense team for George Zimmerman, the man charged with second-degree murder in the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, said Sunday that Mr. Zimmerman is in police custody in Florida.
The credibility of Trayvon Martin's shooter could be an issue at trial after a judge said that George Zimmerman and his wife lied to the court about their finances to obtain a bond, legal experts say.
A judge on Friday revoked the bond of the neighborhood watch volunteer charged with murdering Trayvon Martin and ordered him returned to jail within 48 hours, saying George Zimmerman and his wife misled the court about how much money they had available when his bond was set at $150,000.
"I want him around, so I can have free access to him," Mr. O'Mara said, adding Mr. Zimmerman was "rational" and had been told to "stay calm; listen to my advice."
Mark O'Mara said Wednesday evening that his client would plead not guilty and would ask for bail at Thursday's hearing, despite the possible danger to Mr. Zimmerman, who has become the object of death threats, public vilification and bounties from the Black Panthers.