Video | George Zimmerman Appears In Court

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  1. Ametia says:

    Attorney: Zimmerman bail hearing to be held next week
    By TAMARA LUSH and GREG BLUESTEIN Associated Press April 13, 2012 9:40AM

    SANFORD, Fla. — Trayvon Martin’s supporters fought for weeks to win an arrest after the 17-year-old was fatally shot by a neighborhood watch volunteer in Florida. Now George Zimmerman’s attorney has begun what could be a lengthy legal battle to free his client from the second-degree murder charge filed in the case.

    The first step for Zimmerman attorney Mark O’Mara will be to try to get his client out of jail while the legal process continues.

    A hearing for the 28-year-old probably will be held on April 20 to determine if he will be allowed to post bail and leave jail, O’Mara said late Thursday.

  2. Ametia says:


    • johnnie stallings says:

      I agree with you my daughter, I must repent for some of things that I felt toward Rev. Sharpton however I began to have a change of heart when he started his MSNBC program. I made it my #1 must see program. Now I can see God’s plan for this whole situation with our baby Trayvon. I wish I could personally tell him Thank You for dedicating his whole life for other especially during his mother’s death.

    • They have done a wonderful job. Now it is time for the family to rest.

  3. Ametia says:

    A Day in Court and a New Lawyer for Defendant in Martin Case

    It was Mr. Zimmerman’s first moment in court, and he looked wide-eyed and grim in a one-piece blue-gray prison uniform, a couple of day’s growth on his face. Mr. O’Mara said that his client would plead not guilty and that he would try to get him out of jail within the next couple of weeks. Until then, Mr. Zimmerman, who was charged with second-degree murder on Wednesday, is being held in protective custody. A conviction could result in a prison term of 25 years to life.

    After seeing his client on Thursday, Mr. O’Mara said in an interview that Mr. Zimmerman was distraught. “He is stressed and tired after long weeks of not being able to go out in public,” Mr. O’Mara, 56, said. “In the best of circumstances, he was dealing with the reality that he caused the death of somebody, and that weighs on you.”

    Saying his client has no money, Mr. O’Mara said that he was not charging Mr. Zimmerman and that he hoped to secure a low bond.

  4. Ametia says:

    MAY 29 is the date of Zimmerman’s arraingment

  5. I was watching Rev Al and he said Angela Corey wins 90% of the time. It is said if she is prosecuting you,” you had better be scared” and go find the very best defense attorney.

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