Bernie De la Rionda
What was expected to be a lengthy hearing got underway Tuesday morning in a Sanford courtroom as attorneys for the state and for George Zimmerman, the man charged in the death of Trayvon Martin, work through a number of motions.
For a second time, a judge has denied the state’s request for a gag order in the case George Zimmerman, the former neighborhood watch volunteer accused of fatally shooting Miami teen Trayvon Martin.
There’s another hearing scheduled Friday in the case of George Zimmerman, the former neighborhood watch volunteer accused of fatally shooting Miami teen Trayvon Martin.
Less than a week after attorneys for George Zimmerman filed a motion to have the judge in the case removed, the state has fired back its response.
One day after George Zimmerman surrendered himself to jail authorities in Sanford, his attorney plans to file a motion for a new bond hearing.
All eyes are back on Sanford, Florida where the neighborhood watch captain accused of shooting Miami teen Trayvon Martin has been ordered back to jail.