Zimmerman calls a 17-year old who was minding his own business an asshole and pursues him while armed. zimmerman stated that martin was "up to no good." Zimmerman shoots kid dead. Zimmerman has only minor injuries and there is no proof who started the fight. The evidence does not clearly establish that Zimmerman's version is true or that his life was in danger. That establishes grounds to reasonably suspect that Zimmerman acted unlawfully.<quoted text>
Again, what exactly is the probable cause. Either spell it out or shut the f-up.
Zimmerman killed Martin. Either he was justified or not justified. If the evidence in favor of Zimmerman's narrative is not sufficiently strong to remove suspicion then there is reasonable ground to suspect that Zimmerman committed a crime.
What part of probable cause does Rouge not comprehend?
RU on magic mushrooms? A motion to dismiss on grounds that probable cause was lacking would have been made pre-trial. If the prosecution lacked probable cause and O'Mara failed to file a motion to dismiss, that would be a major negligent error.
Rouge, you're in way way way over your head.
BTW, the probable cause was stated in the probable cause affidavit.
Why do you keep asking the same dumb question?