George Zimmerman and the Trial of the Year

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  • 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
  • The Defense Rests

A Juror Speaks Out

Juror B29, the only nonwhite juror in the trial of George Zimmerman, said that the man once accused of second-degree murder in the death of Trayvon Martin “got away with murder.” The juror, one of six women who decided Zimmerman’s fate, made her remarks in an interview with ABC News a week after the verdict was reached, saying she said she believes she owes an apology to the parents of Trayvon Martin. (Photos from left: AP Photo/ABC, Donna Svennevik, AP Photo/TV Pool)

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