As the Zimmerman trial takes its final strides towards a verdict after over two weeks in court, “Piers Morgan Live” invites a slew of legal experts, analysts, judges, and critics to weigh in on a dramatic day in court and the impact of the prosecution’s crucial closing arguments.
From an exclusive interview with Casey Anthony’s attorney J. Cheney Mason, to an epic panel of legal veterans including jury consultant Richard Gabriel, Georgia Judge Glenda Hatchett, and the always outspoken host of Huffpost Live, Marc Lamont Hill, tonight promises a boisterous discussion of the details that might make or break the prosecution’s case.
Also, in his first appearance with “Piers Morgan Live,” Ryan Coogler, director of the much anticipated “Fruitvale Station,” joins Morgan on set to discuss the significance of his film in the context of the Zimmerman trial and the discourse that surrounds it.
The film chronicles the murder of unarmed, 22-year-old Oscar Grant, who was fatally shot by a transit police officer in Oakland four years ago. Coogler and his film warn about the potential for backlash if Trayvon supporters feel that justice isn’t appropriate served in the Zimmerman trial.