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Nunn Comments on Make-Up of Boot Camp Trial Jury, Mills Discussses Crist’s Deal With Seminole Indians

Published: November 19th, 2007

Category: News

faculty UF Levin College of Law Professor Kenneth Nunn (pictured, right) spoke with the Tallahassee Democrat on the ongoing federal civil rights investigation into the jury selection in the trial of eight former Bay County boot camp employees who were found not guilty of felony aggravated manslaughter of a child in the death of Martin Lee Anderson, a black youth who died one day after he was hit, kneed and his limp body dragged by drill instructors at the camp. Professor Jon Mills, director of the Center for Governmental Responsibility, discussed with the Houston Chronicle his backing of legislative leaders who say any gambling deal with the Seminole Indians must have the Legislature’s approval. Read what UF Law professors are saying in the media and writing about in scholarly publications in FlaLaw Online’s weekly updates on Faculty Scholarship & Activities.

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