What's Happening in George Zimmerman's Trial

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  • Debra Nelson
  • George Zimmerman
  • George Zimmerman
  • George Zimmerman
  • Analyzing the Voice on the 911 Call
  • Geoge Zimmerman, Trayvon Martin
  • Not Guilty
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  • Benjamin Crump Calls for Peace
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  • Jury Could Begin Deliberating Today
  • Prosecutor De La Rionda Says Trayvon Was Profiled
  • Closing Arguments Begin Today
  • Defense Closes Case
  • Judge Rules Against Animation Evidence
  • Expert Says Trayvon Was on Top of Zimmerman
  • Tracy Martin
  • Sybrina Fulton
  • Zimmerman’s School Records Revealed
  • Medical Examiner Says Zimmerman’s Injuries Were Minor
  • Chris Serano
  •  Trayvon’s Parents May Testify This Week
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  • Neighbor Says Trayvon Was on Top of Zimmerman
  • Second Day on the Stand
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  • Defense Lawyer Opens Trial With Knock-Knock Joke
  • Opening Statements Begin
  • Judge Bans Audio Experts
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  • Day 9
  • Day 8
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  • Day 5
  • Day 4: Jurors to Be Sequestered
  • Day 4: 10 More Potential Jurors Needed for Next Round of Questioning
  • Day 3: Attorneys Continue to Question Jurors
  • Day 2: 71 Potential Jurors Dismissed
  • Tracy Martin and Sybrina Fulton
  • George Zimmerman
  • Shellie Zimmerman
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  • Mark O'Mara

Motion for "Inflammatory" Terms Banned From Trial

Zimmerman's defense had previously filed a motion seeking to ban prosecutors from using certain words and phrases when referencing Zimmerman during the trial. "Profiled," "vigilante" and "wannabe cop" are among the terms defense lawyers argued were "disparaging and inappropriate." Judge Nelson has yet to rule. (Photo: Joe Burbank-Pool/Getty Images)

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