Zimmerman Prosecutor Angela Corey’s Checkered PastHer peers describe an M.O. of retaliation and overcharging.
Jul. 23, 2013
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Angela Corey, by all accounts, is no Atticus Finch. She is “one hell of a trial lawyer,” says a Florida defense attorney who has known her for three decades — but the woman who has risen to national prominence as the “tough as nails” state attorney who prosecuted George Zimmerman is known for scorching the earth. And some of her prosecutorial conduct has been, well, troubling at best.