Trump's Campaign Manager Won't Face Battery Charges
Corey Lewandowski was accused of roughly pulling a reporter away from the candidate.By Matt Picht | April 14, 2016
"If we know in advance that reasonable doubt exists and we're not going to be able to get a conviction, ... we can't ethically file those charges," State Attorney David Aronberg said.
Florida prosecutors have opted not to charge Donald Trump's campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, with battery after he was accused of forcefully grabbing then-Breitbart reporter Michelle Fields at a Trump event last month.
State Attorney David Aronberg said he decided not to charge Lewandowski despite video showing the alleged battery, because there wasn't enough evidence to prove Lewandowski was acting outside of his role to protect Trump.