Prosecutor In Trayvon Martin Case Will Face No Election Challengers: AP

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April 20, 2012 1:37 p.m.

The prosecutor handling the Trayvon Martin case in Florida will run unopposed in this year’s election, giving her another four-year term in office, the Associated Press reported on Friday.

Last week, prosecutor Angela Corey brought a second degree murder charge against George Zimmerman in the killing of Martin, an unarmed teenager, in a case that has drawn international attention.

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