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Fair trial versus public right to know in Michael Dunn trial

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- A new battle continues in the trial for a man accused of murdering a Jacksonville-area teen.

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geraldine - 12/11/2013 2:41 PM
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Truthseeker - 11/19/2013 4:44 AM
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A fair trial trumps all other concerns.

MrBane - 11/13/2013 12:55 PM
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@Biblelady: This "poor man" killed a kid. Yeah he deserves a fair trial but give me a break with the poor man stuff. Hopefully you are on here ranting about defendants rights in every case and not just this one.

biblelady2 - 11/12/2013 3:48 PM
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Number one, the media has gone overboard, in demanding to have ALL the evidence made public. HOW will that give this poor man a FAIR trial? The jury should not be allowed, to choose what goes public and what doesn't. How ridiculous! Normal juries are composed of people who don't have a smidgen of an idea as to how the justice system really works, they just want to make sure they get their 2 cents in. I served on a jury, and believe me, it's pitiful, HOW the final verdict is arrived at. This man, Dunn, has a right to a fair trial, and to be judged correctly, by the jury and the judge. I am SO FED UP with hearing how unfair the laws are, if the other guy doesn't get off scott free. Remember, one day, we ALL will stand before the Judge, and give an account of every idle word we speak. God desires mercy, not justice. If we all got what we deserved, according to the Bible, we'd all be burning in hell forever. Romans 10:9-13 John 3:16-21

Realchange - 11/7/2013 9:28 PM
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Corey has no room to comment about fair trials or information. Withholding Trayvon Martin's Cellphone evidence could convicted a man of murder who acted in self defense. Her actions are not ethical nor morale in nature. A man who is 17 likes to beat the hell out fellow class mates, enjoys making snitches bleed, numerious police interview videos in high school, likes to drink purple lean and smoke pot, trying to buy street guns and more activites should all be with held from the jury for justice. Now she wants withhold evidence in the Dunn case you can bet it is not in the interest of the justice that she is doing that.
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