You can find a collection of media coverage of the McMichaels / Bryan trial here.

In this bonus episode, The Killing of Ahmaud Arbery — Citizen’s Arrest and 21st Century Lynchings, host Kary Antholis and Georgetown Law Professor, MSNBC analyst and one of the nation’s most frequently consulted scholars on issues of race and criminal justice, Paul Butler, discuss the arguments surrounding Judge Timothy Walmsley’s decision to give a charging instruction to the jury regarding Georgia’s citizens arrest law, a decision which an attorney for one of the defendants said would be gutting their defense and would be “directing a verdict for the state.” The episode also examines the motion for a mistrial by defense attorney Kevin Gough in which he accused the “woke mob” outside the courtroom of of engaging in a 21st century lynching.

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