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Thursday marked the fourth day in the George Zimmerman trial, and in the eyes of many, star witness Rachel Jeantel stepped off the stand having garnered the spotlight for the second straight day. But after six hours of questioning, her testimony left plenty of room for interpretation.
Joining Piers Morgan for a live, primetime interview Jayne Weintraub, Vinnie Politan, and Gloria Allred each offered their analysis and reaction following a fascinating day in court.
"It's a very difficult road to go down, but as a defense lawyer on cross-examination, it's not his job to be nice," said Weintraub, herself a criminal defense attorney, when referring to the aggressive interrogation style of Don West. "She was an absolute gift to the defense."
Referring to Jeantel's specific testimony, which dealt with the actual altercation between Zimmerman and the late Trayvon Martin, Politan poked a few holes into Weintraub's analysis:
"She also described how Trayvon was saying he was behind him. He was following him. Why is George Zimmerman still pursuing him?" wondered the attorney and television personality. "His [Zimmerman] direct quote to investigators the next day at the scene is that 'I walked straight back to my car.' Well, this confrontation was this way [uses hands to gesture in another direction,] so he didn't go straight back to his car."
Allred meanwhile, was left with concern regarding Jeantel's credibility:
"I think that there are people who are going to believe her. There are people that are going to disbelieve her," noted the famed civil right attorney. "The problem is she is a prosecution witness, and she really needed to bring it home, and I'm not sure that she did bring it home to every member of the jury."
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