A grainy black and white photo of Trayvon Martin's body and school records for George Zimmerman were among court documents that prosecutors in the controversial case said they mistakenly released Thursday.
The Florida judge presiding over the murder case against a former neighborhood watch volunteer who killed an unarmed teenager refused a defense request to step aside Wednesday.
The wife of George Zimmerman will not be at her scheduled arraignment Tuesday after pleading not guilty to perjury for allegedly lying about the family's finances as her husband faced murder charges, a court official said.
George Zimmerman, the man charged in Trayvon Martin's death, sat down with Fox News host Sean Hannity.
In his first televised interview George Zimmerman talks about the death of Trayvon Martin. CNN's Wolf Blitzer has more.
A woman is accusing George Zimmerman, the man charged with fatally shooting Trayvon Martin, of sexually abusing her.
Saying the judge had made disparaging remarks about their client's character, George Zimmerman's legal team asked Friday for Kenneth R. Lester Jr. to step down from the case.
George Zimmerman, charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, had a "little hero complex" but was not a racist, a Sanford, Florida, homicide investigator told federal agents, according to reports released Thursday.
George Zimmerman has once again been released from jail after posting bond for a second time.
George Zimmerman was released from jail on Friday, one day after a Florida judge set bail at $1 million.
In Session's Ryan Smith spoke to George Zimmerman's Defense Attorney, Mark O'Mara, about the impact of the bond hearing.
A Florida judge on Thursday set a $1 million bond with new restrictions on George Zimmerman, saying he believes the suspect may have been planning to flee the country to avoid prosecution in the killing of Trayvon Martin.
A police report released by prosecutors calls Zimmerman's version of the events into question.
George Zimmerman and his attorney will be back before a Florida judge Friday to argue Zimmerman should be allowed bond a second time despite misrepresenting his finances.
George Zimmerman failed to identify himself twice during a confrontation with Trayvon Martin and missed opportunities to defuse the situation that led to the death of the teen, a detective says in a newly released report.
CNN senior legal analyst Jeff Toobin talks about the handling of the Trayvon Martin shooting.
Just hours after fatally shooting 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, George Zimmerman told police investigators the shooting followed a life-and-death struggle in which the teen told him, "You're going to die tonight."
George Zimmerman reenacts the night of the Trayvon Martin shooting, taking police through the neighborhood.
Despite telling the court they were indigent, George Zimmerman and his wife discussed -- in code, according to prosecutors -- money raised online to help in his defense on second-degree murder charges, transcripts of jailhouse phone calls released Monday show.
CNN's George Howell reveals new audio of George Zimmerman and his wife Shellie discussing money while he was in jail.
A judge has ordered the release of additional evidence in the Trayvon Martin case, including an autopsy report, photographs of the crime scene and details of what George Zimmerman said to police the night he shot the Florida teen.
George Zimmerman's wife, Sherrie, has been arrested for perjury. She was arrested and released on bond.
A bail hearing for George Zimmerman will take place June 29, a court statement said Thursday.
Although George Zimmerman's lawyers plan to file a motion asking for a new bail hearing for the murder suspect, the filing has been delayed, defense attorneys said Tuesday.
CNN's Martin Savidge reports, the man charged with the second degree murder of Trayvon Martin is back in jail.
George Zimmerman's lawyers have vowed to file a motion asking a Florida judge for a new bond hearing for their client Monday, a day after the murder suspect returned to jail on a judge's order.
George Zimmerman was booked into jail Sunday after surrendering to authorities before an afternoon deadline, the Seminole County sheriff said.
The man who killed Trayvon Martin is heading back to jail for lying about the amount of money at his disposal.
A Florida judge revoked bond Friday for George Zimmerman, who is charged with second-degree murder in the death of Trayvon Martin.
New audio and video show that George Zimmerman's relationship with Sanford police evolved leading up the shooting.
George Zimmerman gave a scathing review of the Sanford Police Department and accused its chief of engaging in a cover-up during a public meeting in January 2011.
Florida prosecutors and George Zimmerman's defense attorney want certain evidence -- including e-mails, cell phone records and statements -- sealed until his trial in the death of Trayvon Martin.
Trayvon Martin had traces of drugs in his system when he was fatally shot earlier this year by George Zimmerman in Sanford, Florida, according to autopsy results released Thursday.
New photos and autopsy results raise new questions in the case of George Zimmerman.
A family doctor documents black eyes and head lacerations on George Zimmerman the day after Trayvon Martin's shooting.
A medical report by George Zimmerman's family doctor shows the neighborhood watch volunteer was diagnosed with a fractured nose, two black eyes and two lacerations on the back of the head after his fatal confrontation with Trayvon Martin.
Prosecutors released a summary of evidence Tuesday in the case against neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman, who is accused of second-degree murder in the death of Trayvon Martin.
The judge in the murder case of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin has denied a prosecution's motion for a gag order, but noted the court could reconsider if attorneys in the case write or say anything considered prejudicial.
George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer accused of wrongly killing Trayvon Martin, will not immediately have to turn over donations made to his website, a Florida judge said Friday.
George Zimmerman's lawyer says it was his client's idea to apologize to Trayvon's parents; the motivation was not bond.
City commissioners in Sanford, Florida, voted Monday to reject the proposed resignation of their embattled police chief, who has been under fire for the handling of the probe into Trayvon Martin's death in February.
Here's a look at the timeline of events in the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Florida, and the ensuing uproar.
George Zimmerman says he is "sorry for the loss of your son" to Trayvon Martin's parents at his bond hearing.
George Zimmerman apologized Friday to the family of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed African-American teen that he shot in a confrontation that riveted a nation and sparked intense discussions about race, racial profiling and gun laws.
The neighborhood watch volunteer who fatally shot Trayvon Martin could remain behind bars until the middle of next week due to concerns about collecting enough funds for his $150,000 bond, his lawyer said Saturday.
George Zimmerman went into hiding amid a national uproar over the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin. That seclusion ended last week when the Sanford, Florida, neighborhood watch volunteer turned himself in after being charged with second-degree murder.
The judge who will take over the case of a Florida man accused of shooting an unarmed teenager has high ratings from defense lawyers but isn't known as a "soft touch," one Florida attorney said Wednesday.
A bond hearing is scheduled for Friday in the case of George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watch volunteer who fatally shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Florida, the court said Wednesday.
Anderson Cooper interviews Zimmerman's lawyer, Mark O'Mara, who has asked the judge to step aside in the Martin trial.
The attorney for George Zimmerman says he is confident his motion to have a Florida judge removed from his client's case will be granted.
George Zimmerman's defense team formally requested Monday that the Florida judge assigned to their client's case be removed after she revealed her husband works with a CNN legal analyst.
George Zimmerman appears before a judge in Florida, seeking bond.
Mark O'Mara, George Zimmerman's attorney, talks to HLN's Dr. Drew about his client's state of mind and more.
Protesters and activists demanding justice for slain Florida teen Trayvon Martin are no closer to closure, even with the news that second-degree murder charges were filed against shooter George Zimmerman. The charges were the latest development in a heated national debate over race and justice in America.
Defense attorney Mark O'Mara talks to CNN's Wolf Blitzer about how George Zimmerman is doing since being arrested.
An affidavit of probable cause in Florida's case against George Zimmerman for the shooting death of an unarmed 17-year-old says that the neighborhood watch volunteer "profiled" the victim, Trayvon Martin, and disregarded a police dispatcher's request that he await the arrival of police.
The second-degree murder charge George Zimmerman faces in the killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin surprised some observers, but it's typical in "heat of passion" slayings, a Florida defense lawyer said Thursday.
The special prosecutor in the Trayvon Martin shooting case has announced she has filed a charge of second-degree murder against George Zimmerman.
Analyst Mark Nejame knows George Zimmerman's new attorney Mark O'Mara He describes him as "excellent and very smart."
The attorney representing George Zimmerman, who is charged with killing an unarmed, black teen, is no stranger to high-profile cases and TV cameras.
Florida neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman was charged with second-degree murder in the death of unarmed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, a special prosecutor announced Wednesday.
Craig Sonner and Hal Uhrig have viewed courtrooms from both the prosecution and the defense table.
George Zimmerman's attorneys say he 'went dark' and stopped listening to them, prompting them to leave the case.
In Session's Christi Paul and Jean Casarez discuss whether Zimmerman's attorneys broke any ethics rules Tuesday.
Northeast Florida State Attorney Angela Corey has made it clear that she alone will decide whether George Zimmerman will be charged in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
On the basis of the evidence currently in the public record, one likely outcome of the case against George Zimmerman is a mixed one: There may be sufficient evidence for a reasonable prosecutor to indict him for manslaughter, but there may also be doubt sufficient for a reasonable jury to acquit him.
Attorneys for neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman, who authorities say fatally shot an unarmed teenager in Florida, said Tuesday they have lost contact with their client and no longer represent him.
George Zimmerman should only be prosecuted if, after an exhaustive investigation and an honest assessment of Florida's "stand your ground" law, special prosecutor Angela Corey concludes that there is a strong possibility of proving his guilt at trial for the killing of Trayvon Martin.
The man at the center of a firestorm over his shooting of an unarmed Florida teenager has launched a website, warning supporters about groups that falsely claim to be raising funds for his defense and soliciting donations for himself.
As outrage over the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin continues to grip the nation, key questions remain unanswered over what happened the night of February 26 as conflicting accounts are given by witnesses and attorneys for both sides.
A new "enhanced" version of George Zimmerman's 911 call reveals he might have said something other than a racial slur.
George Zimmerman told his lawyers that he whispered "punks," not a racial slur, in the moments before he shot Trayvon Martin, his attorneys told CNN on Thursday.
A neighbor and friend of George Zimmerman's said Tuesday on CNN that their neighborhood had suffered eight burglaries, all committed by young black men, in the 15 months prior to Trayvon Martin's shooting.
"Reliable Sources" examines the racial and ideological polarization surrounding Trayvon Martin's case.
Author and NRA member Dave Kopel says Florida law does not protect George Zimmerman in Trayvon Martin shooting.
At first glance, the death of Trayvon Martin seemed to be a straightforward example of ugly, racial conflict resulting in the killing of an innocent black teenager by a white man, George Zimmerman. But now, as evidence continues to come forward, the facts seem much more complicated and the "obvious truth" premature.
George Zimmerman's brother tells Piers Morgan his brother had no choice but to shoot and kill Trayvon Martin.
The February 26 shooting of Trayvon Martin, a black teenager, by George Zimmerman, who is Hispanic, has in less than a month gone from a local story to a huge national story.
Someone has stepped up, reporting to have witnessed last month's shooting of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed 17-year-old whose death has sparked nationwide controversy. The witness detailed to CNN the Florida incident from what initially sounded like an argument to its fatal conclusion.
The father of George Zimmerman, the man accused of shooting and killing and unarmed black teen, says the teen threatened to kill Zimmerman and beat him so badly that it forced Zimmerman to shoot Trayvon Martin.
CNN's Martin Savidge reports on George Zimmerman's father talking about what happened the night Trayvon Martin was shot.
Over the years, Americans have become familiar with terms such as "white" and "Hispanic" and even -- on government forms -- the more specific "non-Hispanic white." Now, courtesy of the mainstream media, there is a new phrase to add to our national lexicon: "white Hispanic."
Director Spike Lee issued an apology Wednesday night to a Florida couple who had to leave their home after he retweeted a message that erroneously listed their address as belonging to George Zimmerman.
Trayvon Martin's parents say the police are trying to kill their son's reputation by bringing up claims he was suspended.
Hours after President Barack Obama said the fatal shooting of an unarmed African-American teen in Florida requires national "soul searching," a lawyer for the man at the center of an investigation said the shooting had nothing to do with race.
Trayvon Martin's parents and the Rev. Al Sharpton speak out after the Sanford police chief steps down.
I don't trust cops and I don't know many black people who do.
Brian Todd reports from the hometown of George Zimmerman; neighbors say he was nice and they're shocked over shooting.
Outrage over the killing of an unarmed Florida teenager grew nationwide Wednesday as at least 1,000 supporters of Trayvon Martin took to the streets of New York and a petition demanding the shooter's arrest amassed nearly 1 million signatures.
The tragic killing of Trayvon Martin and the initial decision by the police not to arrest George Zimmerman for that killing have focused public attention on Florida's "stand your ground" law.
Rep. Corrine Brown (D-FL) says Florida's "Stand Your Ground" law needs review in light of the Trayvon Martin shooting.
Federal prosecutors and the FBI have opened an investigation into the killing of an unarmed teen by a neighborhood watch volunteer in Florida.
The shot that killed Trayvon Martin can be heard on 911 tapes released by Sanford Police. CNN's David Mattingly reports.
Terrified neighbors implored dispatchers to send police as a voice in the background screamed for help in 911 recordings released after the shooting of an unarmed Florida teen.
The family of a 17-year-old unarmed Florida boy gunned down last month is outraged that the shooter remains free.
A case involving the fatal shooting of an unarmed Florida teen, which has sparked outrage and calls for justice, is in the hands of the state attorney's office.
Answers remain in short supply as to why an unarmed teenager was shot and killed two weeks ago.
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