Any Federal Case Against Zimmerman Would Face Hurdles

, The National Law Journal

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Attorney General Eric Holder Jr. is in the middle of a political and legal balancing act following the acquittal of George Zimmerman in a racially-charged murder case, with civil rights leaders calling on U.S. Department of Justice to take legal action and federal laws that might not make that possible.

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    Alternative Headline: Any Federal Case against Zimmerman Would Be a Disgracefully Pandering Miscarriage of Justice

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