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On the heels of the announcement that the Trayvon Martin case will not be going to the Florida Grand Jury, on Monday "Piers Morgan Tonight" invited a panel of legal experts to review and react to the latest developments.
Criminal Defense Attorney Alan Dershowitz suggested that the special prosecutor's decision is her way of taking responsibility:
"She is accountable to making this decision," he told Piers Morgan. "And she should get it right. She shouldn't be influenced by public opinion."
Meanwhile, Attorney Roy Black concluded that the news will prove ominous for George Zimmerman:
"In Florida, the grand jury is where political cases go to die," declared Black. "If the prosecutor wanted to dump the case and not have any backlash, she would send it to the grand jury. The fact that she's going to make the decision, I think, means that she's probably going to charge him."
Also on Monday night, Morgan invited social media expert Gary Vaynerchuck to offer his insight amidst the aftermath of Facebook's billion dollar purchase of Instagram.
The co-founder of Vaynermedia, Vaynerchuk belives the buy represents a way for the social networking service to capitalize on expanding mobile business:
"Mobile is the game," said best-selling author. "Because it's not in Facebook's DNA. They didn't start as a mobile company. They're a social company. Just like Google."
Watch the clips, and listen to the interviews, as Monday's live show tackles two of the nation's most talked about topics.