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Lawyers Say Social Media Had Large Impact on Trayvon Martin Case

Lawyers from both sides of the Trayvon Martin case can agree on one thing: social media has had a large impact in the prosecution of George Zimmerman. "We didn't engage social media,” Benjamin Crump, Trayvon’s family lawyer said at a press banquet in Florida. "It's almost as if social media engaged us."

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