Lawrence Zimmerman was already outraged by the horrific death of George Floyd in Minneapolis when he returned to his home on Friday and saw images of protesters roughed up and arrested and a black CNN reporter taken into custody on live television.    

“That just really disturbed me,” said the Atlanta criminal defense lawyer. “I tweeted out, ‘If you’re arrested in Atlanta during these protests, we’ll represent you pro bono.’” 

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