Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman

    Dis­cov­ery doc­u­ments in the case of George Zi­m­mer­man were re­leased May 17, 2012, by the Of­fice of the State At­tor­ney Fourth Ju­di­cial Cir­cuit of Flor­ida. Zi­m­mer­man faces second-de­gree murder charges in the al­leged killing of teen­ager Trayvon Mar­tin.

    Read more: Trayvon Mar­tin and George Zi­m­mer­man: A por­trait of the Re­treat

    Pro­sec­utors re­ques­ted that Cir­cuit Judge Debra Nel­son’s or­der grant­ing all pro­spect­ive and se­lec­ted jur­ors an­onym­ity and bar­ring people from con­tact­ing them be ex­ten­ded for six months based on fears they ex­pressed at the start of the tri­al that they could face “re­pris­als based upon a per­ceived un­fa­vor­able ver­dict.”
    Be­fore jury se­lec­tion began, Cir­cuit Judge Debra Nel­son is­sued an or­der grant­ing all pro­spect­ive and se­lec­ted jur­ors an­onym­ity and bar­ring people from con­tact­ing them.
    The six wo­men who will de­cide wheth­er George Zi­m­mer­man murdered Trayvon Mar­tin, an un­armed teen­ager, or ac­ted in self-de­fense began de­lib­er­a­tions Fri­day af­ter­noon after re­ceiv­ing their in­struc­tions from the judge. Judge Debra S. Nel­son read the charge to the jury after the de­fense and pro­sec­u­tion com­pleted their form­al ar­gu­ments. Zi­m­mer­man, 29, is charged with second-de­gree murder in the shoot­ing of Mar­tin, 17, on the night of Feb. 26, 2012 in ...
    The se­questered jury of six wo­men in the George Zi­m­mer­man murder tri­al has be­gun de­lib­er­at­ing wheth­er the neigh­bor­hood watch vo­lun­teer murdered Trayvon Mar­tin, an un­armed teen­ager, or ac­ted in self-de­fense when he shot Mar­tin on the night of Feb. 26, 2012, in San­ford, Fla. This is the form the jury will sub­mit to the court after they have reached a de­cision. The jur­ors must stip­u­late spe­cial find­ings if they find ...
    Is­sues of George Zi­m­mer­man’s neigh­bor­hood news­let­ter, “Re­treat Re­flec­tions,” were in­cluded in the 183 pages of dis­cov­ery doc­u­ments made pub­lic Thursday in Zi­m­mer­man’s second-de­gree murder case.
    Is­sues of George Zi­m­mer­man’s neigh­bor­hood news­let­ter, “Re­treat Re­flec­tions,” were in­cluded in the 183 pages of dis­cov­ery doc­u­ments made pub­lic Thursday in Zi­m­mer­man’s second-de­gree murder case.
    Is­sues of George Zi­m­mer­man’s neigh­bor­hood news­let­ter, “Re­treat Re­flec­tions,” were in­cluded in the 183 pages of dis­cov­ery doc­u­ments made pub­lic Thursday in Zi­m­mer­man’s second-de­gree murder case.
    Is­sues of George Zi­m­mer­man’s neigh­bor­hood news­let­ter, “Re­treat Re­flec­tions,” were in­cluded in the 183 pages of dis­cov­ery doc­u­ments made pub­lic Thursday in Zi­m­mer­man’s second-de­gree murder case.
    Is­sues of George Zi­m­mer­man’s neigh­bor­hood news­let­ter, “Re­treat Re­flec­tions,” were in­cluded in the 183 pages of dis­cov­ery doc­u­ments made pub­lic Thursday in Zi­m­mer­man’s second-de­gree murder case.
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