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(CNN) – For the family of Michael Brown, the unarmed 18-year-old shot dead by a white police officer, what does justice look like? If there is a thorough hearing, and evidence is brought before the grand jury, and there is not enough to indict the officer, is that justice?
No, says a family lawyer.
"When I sit there and I watch the video that happened that day, and see that kid laying in the middle of the street, when I listen to the witnesses, all of them, who tell a very similar story as to what happened in this case, and when I looked at his body as we did this autopsy on this kid, and to see how he was shot in his head in a manner that could only be an execution style ... I believe this guy should have been arrested a long time ago," says attorney Daryl Parks, co-counsel for the Brown family.
"I have every confidence in the world that he's going to be convicted for what he did to Michael Brown," said Parks.
For more of our interview with attorney Daryl Parks, check out the video above.