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Topic - Debra Nelson
Some facts and figures about the six women jurors who found George Zimmerman not guilty of second-degree murder trial Saturday night. During the trial they were known only by numbers, though their names will be released sometime later. Judge Debra Nelson did not immediately set a deadline.
George Zimmerman put to rest weeks of speculation on Wednesday, telling a Florida judge he won't testify in his defense of second-degree murder for the shooting death of teenager Trayvon Martin.
Tuesday's court proceedings in the second-degree murder trial of George Zimmerman wrapped with a tense moment after defense attorneys tried to object to the long hours but the judge, in response, simply walked away.
The judge in the murder trial of George Zimmerman said Friday that prosecution audio experts who point to Trayvon Martin as screaming on a 911 calls moments before he was killed won't be allowed to testify at trial.
A member of a pro-Travyon Martin group was caught by a circuit judge trying to sneak his way onto the George Zimmerman jury in Florida, the New York Daily News reported Wednesday.
A Florida judge placed limits on what George Zimmerman's lawyer can say about the 17-year-old teen he fatally shot during the neighborhood watch leader's murder trial next month.
The court has been besieged by a flurry of last-minute filings in the case of George Zimmerman, whose neighborhood watch shooting of Trayvon Martin is supposed to head to a procedural hearing on Tuesday.
George Zimmerman must remain under 24-hour GPS monitoring while awaiting trial in the fatal shooting of Florida teenager Trayvon Martin and must stay in the county despite the defense's concerns about his safety, a judge ruled Tuesday.
"Everyone deserves a fair trial," she said.
She said she and her husband used to have concealed weapons permits.