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Saavedra Hearing day 2, classmates and experts testify

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Prosecutor Tom Gorman III holds up photos of Jorge Saavedra during closing arguments in Saavedra's 'Stand Your Ground' hearing Thursday at the Collier County Courthouse. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.

Lexey Swall/Staff Prosecutor Tom Gorman III holds up photos of Jorge Saavedra during closing arguments in Saavedra's "Stand Your Ground" hearing Thursday at the Collier County Courthouse. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's "Stand Your Ground" self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.

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- Jorge Saavedra and his parents leave the courtroom during a lunch recess of a hearing in the aggravated manslaughter case against Saavedra on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011, at the Collier County Courthouse in Naples. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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- Family members of Dylan Nuno listen to proceedings during the second day of a hearing in the aggravated manslaughter case against Jorge Saavedra on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011, at the Collier County Courthouse in Naples. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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- Eighteen-year-old Palmetto Ridge High School student Jessica Matias testifies during a hearing in the aggravated manslaughter case against Jorge Saavedra on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011, at the Collier County Courthouse in Naples. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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- Adriana Nuno, aunt of slain Palmetto Ridge High School student Dylan Nuno, reacts to testimony by a county medical examiner about the fatal wounds that killed her nephew during a hearing in the aggravated manslaughter case against Jorge Saavedra on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011, at the Collier County Courthouse in Naples. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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- Dr. Manfred Borges, a county medical examiner, explains the wounds he discovered during his autopsy of the body of Dylan Nuno during a hearing in the aggravated manslaughter case against Jorge Saavedra on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011, at the Collier County Courthouse in Naples. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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- Bullying expert Dr. Russell Sabella explains the criteria to define the act of bullying during his testimony at a hearing in the aggravated manslaughter case against Jorge Saavedra on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011, at the Collier County Courthouse in Naples. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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- Dr. Manfred Borges, a county medical examiner, testifies about the nature of the stab wounds he discovered during his autopsy of the body of Dylan Nuno during a hearing in the aggravated manslaughter case against Jorge Saavedra on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011, at the Collier County Courthouse in Naples. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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- Defense attorney Donal Day show Dr. Manfred Borges, a county medical examiner, photos of defendant Jorge Saavedra during a hearing in the aggravated manslaughter case against Saavedra on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011, at the Collier County Courthouse in Naples. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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- Dr. Manfred Borges, a county medical examiner, testifies about the nature of the stab wounds he discovered during his autopsy of the body of Dylan Nuno during a hearing in the aggravated manslaughter case against Jorge Saavedra on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011, at the Collier County Courthouse in Naples. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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- Defense attorney Donald Day speaks with state prosecutors before the second day of a hearing in the aggravated manslaughter case against Jorge Saavedra on Thursday, Dec. 8, 2011, at the Collier County Courthouse in Naples. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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Reneir Nuno, second from left, the father of Dylan Nuno, and other family members wait for court to resume during a hearing for Jorge Saavedra on Thursday at the Collier County Courthouse. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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Jorge Saavedra's parents, Maipe Estevez , center, and Jose Saavedra, enter the court room to resume a hearing for their son Thursday at the Collier County Courthouse. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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Dylan Nuno's mother Kim Maxwell listens to closing arguments during a hearing for Jorge Saavedra on Thursday at the Collier County Courthouse. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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A friend of Dylan Nuno's family bows her head as she listens to closing arguments during a hearing for Jorge Saavedra on Thursday at the Collier County Courthouse. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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Defense Attorney Donald Day rests a hand on his client Jorge Saavedra's shoulder as he gives closing arguments during a hearing Thursday at the Collier County Courthouse. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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Adriana Nuno, the aunt of Dylan Nuno, listens to closing arguments during a hearing for Jorge Saavedra on Thursday at the Collier County Courthouse. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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Collier County Sheriff Youth Relations Deputy Alison Disarro looks at pictures taken of Jorge Saavedra from the day he was arrested for the stabbing death of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno during a hearing Thursday at the Collier County Courthouse. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Nuno.
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Collier County Sheriff Youth Relations Deputy Alison Disarro looks at pictures taken of Jorge Saavedra from the day he was arrested for the stabbing death of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno during a hearing Thursday at the Collier County Courthouse. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Nuno.
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Collier Circuit Judge Lauren Brodie convenes with attorneys at during the 'Stand Your Ground' hearing for Jorge Saavedra on Thursday. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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Jorge Saavedra's mother, Maipe Estevez , right, heads out of the courtroom after the 'Stand Your Ground' hearing for her son Thursday at the Collier County Courthouse. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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Jorge Saavedra's father, Jose Saavedra , center, heads out of the courtroom after the 'Stand Your Ground' hearing for his son Thursday at the Collier County Courthouse. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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Prosecutor Tom Gorman III holds up photos of Jorge Saavedra during closing arguments in Saavedra's 'Stand Your Ground' hearing Thursday at the Collier County Courthouse. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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Jorge Saavedra heads out of the courtroom after his 'Stand Your Ground' hearing Thursday at the Collier County Courthouse. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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Jorge Saavedra , center, and his family wait to leave the courthouse after his 'Stand Your Ground' hearing Thursday at the Collier County Courthouse. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.
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Jorge Saavedra's father, Jose Saavedra , right, heads out of the courtroom after the 'Stand Your Ground' hearing for his son Thursday at the Collier County Courthouse. The hearing will determine if Saavedra acted lawfully under Florida's 'Stand Your Ground' self-defense statute during the Jan. 24 fatal stabbing of Palmetto Ridge High School classmate Dylan Nuno.

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