The prosecution's witnesses pretty much corroborated GZ's story, they put on an awful case and perhaps it's why they didn't want to bring charges to start with. The State's m.o. was to poke holes in his version, problem being they have the burden of proof, not GZ. It's always going to be a difficult case when man kills another and claims self-defense and there are no witnesses, but I was shocked by how weak the State's case was--not even the ballistics supports the charges. Reasonable doubt abounds, so get ready.