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As week three in the George Zimmerman trial is well underway, on Wednesday evening Piers Morgan invited author and lawyer Scott Turow to share his expertise on trials similar to the one being held in Sanford, Fla..
"In defense of the prosecutors: this is a case that the local prosecutors didn't want to bring," explained the author of "Presumed Innocent." "The special prosecutor brought it. And they are bringing this case and the evidence forward to let a jury decide. And so they're letting it all hang out, and they may look bumbling, and they may look like they're contradicting themselves. But they are, you know, following a classic strategy for particularly state court prosecutors of just saying 'we're going to put it all on and let the jury make sense of it.'"
With Turow to release his latest legal read, entitled "Identical," this fall, the "Piers Morgan Live" host couldn't resist asking the author how he might write the ending to the Zimmerman trial:
"I don't think Mr. Zimmerman is going to be convicted," he said. "But I also think that doesn't answer the larger cultural questions that are involved."
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