Turning Points: The Trayvon Martin Case

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Experts Disagree on 911 Recordings

In two different reports, audio experts (both hired by Zimmerman's defense) had conflicting opinions over whether it was Trayvon's screams or Zimmerman's heard in 911 recordings from the night of shooting. One expert from a New Jersey-based company said the screams came from Trayvon. Another expert, based in Florida, said that the audio was combination of sounds from both the teenager and Zimmerman. (Photos from left: Sanford District Court, Joe Burbank - Pool/Getty Images)

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