On the heels of Wednesday's arrest of George Zimmerman, this evening "Piers Morgan Tonight" welcomes a collection of legal experts to break down the developments.
Joining host Piers Morgan live in studio, ABC News Legal Analyst Dan Abrams finds the charge of second-degree murder to be noteworthy:
"What's interesting is the prosecutor's decision not to go for manslaughter but to go for the most significant charge she could find without a grand jury," explains Abrams. "That means this could not have been an accident, and therefore Trayvon Martin was killed. When you're talking abount second-degree murder, it can't be an accident. You're talking about a level of intent, depraved mind, an action which is imminently dangerous. These are important legal phrases, but the end result is, he's facing now up to life instead of just 15 years."
Meanwhile, Victims' Rights Attorney Gloria Allred also joined the program to offer her insight, suggesting the Special Prosecutor has a plan in place:
"They definitely have evidence that we are not aware of and they're not revealing that evidence," Allred tells Morgan. "It's clear that Miss Corey has said they're there to protect their case and protecting their case means they're not going to reveal what they found in their investigation."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interviews, as the pair of legal anyalysts offer their reaction to George Zimmerman's arrest.