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Yanez's attorney has said his client reacted after seeing a gun, and that one of the reasons he pulled Castile over was because he thought he looked like a "possible match" for a robbery suspect.Hatchett said it's clear Castile was profiled because of his race.
On the surface she looks like she's trying to 'make a difference', but on the other hand looks kinda transparent.TV Judge Glenda Hatchett, left, addresses the media as Valerie Castile, the mother of Philando Castile, listens during a news conference on the State Capitol grounds Tuesday, July 12, 2016, in St. Hatchett is representing the Castile family in the shooting death by police of Philando Castile last week in Falcon Heights, Minn. Castile's girlfriend said he was shot after he told Yanez he had a permit to carry and was armed, and then reached for his ID. Paul, where the funeral for the 32-year-old school cafeteria worker will be held this week. Anthony police officer Jeronimo Yanez, who is Latino, shot Philando Castile on July 6 after pulling him over, and Castile's girlfriend streamed the shooting's aftermath live on Facebook. Glenda Hatchett, star of the court show "Judge Hatchett," vowed Tuesday to sue on behalf of the family of Castile, who was shot last week after being pulled over in the St. Hatchett, the mother of two African-American sons in their early 30s, said the case hit home and the first thing she did upon meeting Castile's mother, Valerie Castile, was give the woman a hug "as one mother to another." "I am now stepping beyond the bench, the other side of the bench," she said at a news conference near the Minnesota state Capitol and the Cathedral of St. (AP) -- A former Atlanta judge best known for her syndicated TV show is now "stepping beyond the bench" to take on her fledgling law firm's highest-profile case: representing the family of Philando Castile, a black driver who was shot dead by a police officer in a Twin Cities suburb.According to a lawsuit, while she was recovering in her hospital room, Kyira's blood pressure plummeted, her heart was racing and she complained of pain in her abdomen.
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Due to her commitment to excellence and service within the community, Glenda was awarded the Emory Medal, the highest award given to an alum by the university.
In 1990, Hatchett made the difficult decision to leave Delta Air Lines in order to accept an appointment as Chief Presiding Judge of the Fulton County, Georgia Juvenile Court.
She has also provided legal analysis to other news outlets in the United States and overseas. degree from Emory University School of Law in 1977.
In 2014, Hatchett opened The Hatchett Firm, a national law firm with a focus on wrongful death, catastrophic injury, medical malpractice, product liability, class action, premises liability and social security.
Records reviewed by The Associated Press show Castile was stopped or ticketed at least 52 times in the Minneapolis-St. "For him to be stopped as many times as he's been stopped, it just raises some very serious concerns for me," Hatchett said.