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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.
(Pensacola, Florida: David Mattingly) The guilty verdict in the trial Florida brothers Derek & Alex King for the murder of their father Terry King featured; scenes shown from the courtroom as the verdicts in the King & Rick Chavis trials are read. [Prosecutor James RIMMER†- reacts to the jury verdicts in both cases.] [Chavis defense attorney Michael ROLLO†- says the grand jury can indict anything.] [MAN - hopes the boys can be rehabilitated.] The judge's latitude in sentencing the King brothers discussed.
(Studio: Aaron Brown, Jeffrey Toobin) Live interview held with Rimmer about the two trials. [From Pensacola, RIMMER - says he knew the Chavis verdict, but it did not affect his trying of the boys; outlines his theory on Chavis' role in the murder; states he was uncomfortable trying Chavis for first degree murder after the brothers changed their statements; talks about Florida law.]
- Brown, Aaron;
- Mattingly, David;
- Toobin, Jeffrey
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