Norman Robert "Norm" Wolfinger (born 1945) was the State Attorney for the Eighteenth Judicial Circuit Court of Florida in Florida until January 8th, 2013. The judicial circuit covered about 1 million people at the time that Wolfinger held office. He is succeeded by Phil Archer.
Early life and education
Wolfinger was criticized for making the decision that there was insufficient evidence for a conviction of George Zimmerman on the charge of manslaughter. Wolfinger has expressed surprise at the national spotlight and the reaction to his decision. Zimmerman was found not guilty after being tried by another prosecutor in a state court.
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- Official Bio
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- The Guardian Bill Clinton says laws need 'reappraisal' in wake of Trayvon Martin case
- Trymaine Lee, "Trayvon Martin Case: State Attorney Quits Investigation As State Studies 'Stand Your Ground' Law", Huffington Post, 22 Mar 2012.
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- State attorney 'outraged' by federal review request in Trayvon Martin case
- Schneider, Mike (July 13, 2013). "George Zimmerman found not guilty in Trayvon Martin death". Associated Press. Retrieved July 13, 2013.