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July 26, 2013 12:00 AM

FERGUSON: ‘Stand Your Ground’ here to stay

In most cases if you get tried for committing a crime and are found not guilty you are then free to go back to living the life you were living before being charged with a crime. If your name is George Zimmerman, however, your troubles are far from over after a jury exonerates you.

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