George Zimmerman and the Trial of the Year

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  • The Defense Rests
  • The Verdict Comes
  • Views on the Verdict Differ by Race
  • A Juror Speaks Out
  • Zimmerman’s Repeated Problems With the Law
  • A President Speaks Candidly About Trayvon
  • After the Verdict, Rallies
  • A Mother’s Continued Advocacy
  • A Trial That Drew Throngs of Media
  • The Zimmerman Trial: A Legal Event that Attracted International Attention
  • Zimmerman’s Request for a Delay Is Denied
  • No Stand Your Ground for Zimmerman
  • More Than a Year After Trayvon’s Death, the Trial Begins
  • All Female Jury Chosen for Zimmerman Trial
  • A Witness for Trayvon Stands Her Ground

Views on the Verdict Differ by Race

There was a wide difference in the way white and Black Americans viewed the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial, according to polls. One poll indicated that nearly 90 percent of African-American respondents did not agree with the verdict and more than 50 percent of white respondents said they approved of it. (Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

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