Stand your Ground Law- Explained

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Florida's Stand your Ground Law

Florida criminal defense attorney Kevin Hayslett explains this controversial law and

how it relates to the nationally watched case involving George Zimmerman.

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Criminal Defense Attorney Kevin Hayslett explains what the "Stand Your Ground" law is in Florida and how it applies in the case of George Zimmerman against Trayvon Martin. http://www.carlsonmeissner.com

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