Daniel Gilleon, a San Diego trial lawyer and a partner in the law firm of Mitchell | Gilleon, recently appears on KUSI Channel 9 San Diego’s morning news program. The purpose of his appearance was to discuss his opinions and perspectives...
San Diego, California (PRWEB) March 31, 2012
Daniel Gilleon, a San Diego trial lawyer and a partner in the law firm of Mitchell | Gilleon, recently appears on KUSI Channel 9 San Diego’s morning news program. The purpose of his appearance was to discuss his opinions and perspectives with regards to the Trayvon Martin case that stems from a killing in Florida that involves the state’s controversial ‘Stand Your Ground’ law.
Mr. Gilleon appeared on KUSI Channel 9 San Diego’s morning news program on the morning of March 28, and he was asked questions with regards to the Trayvon Martin case. Mr. Gilleon provided several opinion statements and some perspective as a trial lawyer with regards to this matter. Mr. Gilleon appeared with Lisa Haisha, the founder of the Whispers from Children’s Hearts Foundation.
At the outset, Mr. Gilleon expressed frustration with the fact that one of the people involved in this matter, George Zimmerman, remains free in the wake of his alleged shooting of Trayvon Martin. Mr. Gilleon was also frustrated with the way that the Sanford, Florida Police Department had, in his word, bungled the investigation and failed to make an arrest.
In addition, Mr. Gilleon stated that he had listened to the 911 call audio recording that is related to the matter and he felt that it contained explosive evidence that included the use of what he felt was a racial slur that is commonly used in Florida. It was the Mr. Gilleon’s belief that the use of this racial slur moved the situation into the realm of a hate crime. Finally, Mr. Gilleon stated his opinion that the ‘Stand Your Ground Law’ would not be a winning defense for Mr. Zimmerman and that he felt that ultimately state charges would be filed against him.
About Mitchell | Gilleon
Mitchell | Gilleon is a team of San Diego trial lawyers who have been representing people who have been injured in several ways for many years. The firm handles cases involving hate crimes, civil rights cases, San Diego personal injury matters, wrongful death, catastrophic injury, traumatic brain injury, consumer rights, civil rights, defective products cases, employment law disputes and many others.