George Zimmerman was pulled over by police in Texas last Sunday morning (July 28), and told authorities he had a gun. Zimmerman lawfully owned the firearm used to shoot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin last year. After his acquittal on second-degree murder, the gun was ordered returned to the former neighborhood watch captain.
Jurors in the George Zimmerman trial raised a question to gain clarification on the offense of mansalughter Saturday (July 13). The collective has been deliberaing for more than 12 hours, and will decide the fate of the Florida resident in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin last February.
Prosecutor Bernie De la Rionda delivered closing statements in the George Zimmerman trail Thursday (July 11). Giving two-hours worth of information in a final push to get the accused killer convicted for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, the veteran prosecutor called Zimmerman a “liar” who “killed his only eyewitness.”
Will George Zimmerman walk for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin? Yes, says legal analyst Dan Abrams.
George Zimmerman is on day three of his second-degree murder trial in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. Zimmerman’s attorney kicked off the trial at the top of the week, stumbling during opening statements by making a “knock-knock joke.”
“These a–holes, they always get away.” Those are the words quoted by the prosecution Monday (June 24), opening the second-degree murder trial against George Zimmerman over Trayvon Martin’s death.