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  • "They do have their work cut out for them. This case is difficult because the facts seem to be ambiguous," said Montre Carodine, a professor at the University of Alabama Law School and a scholar of race relations.

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  • "This case is going to be one of those watershed moments in our history when it comes to race relations. If there is an acquittal, I do think there will be an outcry from a number not just in the black community but also among people who sympathize with some of the struggles for racial equality in this country," she said.

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