Turning Points: The Trayvon Martin Case

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Trayvon's Personal Texts, Photos Ruled Out

The judge also ruled that Zimmerman's defense cannot use text messages taken from Trayvon's cell phone, mention fights the teen was involved in prior to his confrontation with Zimmerman, or Trayvon's alleged drug use during opening statements of the trial. However, some of that information could be introduced at a later date if proven relevant, the judge said. Zimmerman's defense previously argued that the 17-year-old was high on marijuana the night he was killed. (Photo: Sanford District Court)

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