As the nation continues to follow the Trayvon Martin case, this evening "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomed a panel of guests to add insight and perspective into the events of the February 26th shooting.
Joining host Piers Morgan in studio, Mark Geragos explained where he thinks the case took it's first strange turn:
"Anybody who has been connected to the criminal justice system knows that if you're not a police officer, and you shoot and kill somebody, they arrest first and ask questions later," said the Defense Attorney. "That has not happened here. There was an arrest, but for some reason, he was let go. And now they are investigating."
Appearing live on Thursday night, Victims' Rights Attorney Gloria Allred also questioned the way in which things have been handled from a legal perspective:
"The lead investigator reportedly did refer this case for prosecution, did think an arrest should be made. On the other hand, it appears to have been rejected by the state attorney," said Allred. "It appears that there may have not been a thorough investigation."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, as both Geragos and Allred raise questions, and share expert opinions, on the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, and the legal turns the case has taken since.