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O'Mara is president of the Seminole County Bar Association, is a legal commentator for WKMG news, and had previously tried cases that involved the Stand-your-ground law.
On May 31, 2012, Orlando attorney Don West left his job as a federal public defender to join the defense team led by O'Mara. Nelson of the 18th Circuit Court of Florida was the fourth judge to preside over the case.
On April 11, 2012, George Zimmerman was charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
In support of the charges, the State filed an affidavit of probable cause, stating that Zimmerman profiled and confronted Martin and shot him to death while Martin was committing no crimes.
The BCA case file includes a conversation caught on a squad microphone which took place between Yanez and St.
Anthony Police Officer Tressa Sunde within minutes of the shooting.
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That interview can be heard at the mark of the dashcam video below. I told him not to reach for it and (sigh) when he went down to grab, I told him not to reach for it (clears throat) and then he kept it right there, and I told him to take his hands off of it, and then he (sigh) he had his, his grip a lot wider than a wallet.” Later in the same conversation, Yanez went on to say, “And I don’t know where the gun was, he didn’t tell me where the fucking gun was, and then it was just getting hinky, he gave, he was just staring ahead, and then I was getting fucking nervous, and then I told him, I know I fucking told him to get his fucking hand off his gun.” While jurors indicated they were torn over whether Yanez ever saw Castile’s gun or not, they never got to weigh the now-former officer’s BCA interview because the prosecution failed to bring it up during the presentation of the case.
(Warning: Graphic video.) Yanez was recorded saying to Sunde: “[Castile] was sitting in the car, seat belted. Instead, the prosecution strategically tried to bring the BCA transcript in during its cross-examination of Yanez.