Florida man found guilty in “stand your ground” shooting
Florida man found guilty in “stand your ground” shooting Florida man found guilty in “stand your ground” shootingCommittee, chairman Lindsey, Graham a Florida man, has been found guilty of manslaughter in a controversial stand. Your ground case. The jury found Michael drejka guilty of killing markeis mcglockton drink a shot Bakken last July during a dispute over a handicap parking spot. Emily Brandt has the story. The defendant is guilty of manslaughter as charged a Florida jury deliberated for more than 6 hours Friday before Michael drejka, the shooting death of markeis, mcglockton and dreka was on trial for the July 2018, killing of the twenty-eight-year-old in a dispute outside of Clearwater convenience store. Now we can start putting the pieces move on prosecutors, say: Drake had confronted his girlfriend for parking in a handicap space, while mcglockton went into the store, mcglockton push drejka, who drew his gun and shot the shooting reignited. The debate over Florida stand your ground law. The law allows the use of deadly force, who is God prosecutors, argued that surveillance, video from the convenience store and actually stepped back or thankful that the jury saw. What we saw that video a case of self-defense A white Florida man was found guilty of manslaughter Friday for the 2018 shooting death of an unarmed black man. Natalie Brand reports.