And anybody else of course.
1. Do you agree with cbolt that if .013 (3) were totally excised from Fl.776, it would have no effect on Martin/Zimmerman or any other case?
2. Why does the judge have to add a choice of "Forcible Felony" to the list of things that the defendant might have feared would happen? Why not give the jury the whole list? Why isn't "death or great bodily harm to himself, herself or another" enough?
3. 776.041 is also confusing. How certain does the jury have to be that the defendant didn't provoke the use of force against himself in order to stop consideration of .041 and switch to .012 or .013? Does it have to be reasonable, more likely than not, beyond a reasonable doubt?
4. Does the judge at the SYG hearing have to announce his "judge instructions" that will be used in deciding whether or not to grant immunity? I would assume they would be very similar to jury instructions except for the burden of proof.