I think it was necessary in light of evaluating whether of not Zim was reasonably in fear of his life.<quoted text>
"David Weinstein, a former prosecutor and Miami-area defense lawyer, cautioned against reading too much into Rao's testimony in a case that centers on Florida's self-defense laws and the justified use of deadly force.
"There is no requirement that you prove that you were injured to any particular degree. Only that you believed that deadly force was necessary to defend yourself from 'imminent death or great bodily harm,'" said Weinstein, who is not involved in the case."
Is every fight that involves a bloody nose just cause for lethal force?