Interesting...just exactly what "grand jury" are you talking about? Zimmerman's case never went before a grand jury. The special prosecutor brought the case to court based on the hearsay statement of two investigators who summarized their version of the evidence. Period.<quoted text>
According to the verdict, he should never have been arrested.
If the state's attorney had not committed a felony and hid evidence from the grand jury, there would never have been an arrest.
How about protecting Zimmerman's civil rights?
Oh, yeah. Civil rights only pertain to black people, right?
Florida Grand Jury handbook:
Except for capital crimes, the state attorney (or statewide prosecutor) may initiate all other charges....If the grand jury was required to initiate the prosecution of less serious crimes through indictment, the grand jury would be so overwhelmed with complaints that it could not perform its more important duties."