Jury In George Zimmerman Trial Will Be Sequestered
In the beginning phases of the high-profile case determining what could be a controversial verdict for George Zimmerman, a small win has come his way. The judge presiding over the case ruled Thursday (June 13), that jurors will be sequestered for the remainder of the trial.
George Zimmerman “Will Be Acquitted” Of 2nd Degree Murder, Brother Says
George Zimmerman’s brother has faith in the legal system leaning in his family’s favor. Robert Zimmerman Jr. pledged Monday (June 10) that his sibling will be vindicated in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
George Zimmerman Drops Bid For “Stand Your Ground” Hearing
George Zimmerman has abandoned his quest to have a “stand your ground” hearing. Lawyers for the accused killer surprised the court today by announcing the decision to bypass the hearing which could have absolved him of second degree murder charges.
Hearing Date In George Zimmerman Case Set For Trayvon Martin’s 18th Birthday
February 5 will be a bitter–sweet day for the parents of Trayvon Martin. The day is scheduled for accused killer George Zimmerman’s next court hearing, but it also marks what would’ve been the teen’s 18th birthday.
Judge Denies George Zimmerman’s Request To Remove GPS Tracking Device
A Florida judge denied George Zimmerman’s request to remove his 24-hour GPS tracking device Tuesday (Dec. 11). Judge Debra Nelson, also ruled that the accused killer, who shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin back in February, must continue to live inside Seminole County where he currently resides. Nelson denied Zimmerman—who was in court at the time— without offering […]
Judge Denies Request For Gag Order In George Zimmerman Case
The judge presiding over George Zimmerman’s case denied the state’s request for a gag order, Monday (Oct.29). Circuit Judge Debra Nelson found no basis for a gag order to be placed on Zimmerman and his legal team, which would not allow for a fair trial,as argued by the opposing side.