Last week we posted the critique of ethics experts of the press conference of Trayvon Martin's former lawyers. Now Hofstra Law's Monroe Freedman weighs in at Legal Ethics Forum on the ethical implications of the prosecutor's press conference. After laying out the prosecutor's comments against the ethics rules, Freedman asks, "At this point, do we need the due process of a trial by jury? Can Zimmerman receive the due process of a trial by an impartial jury? Why should anyone care?"