Mark Geragos, Sunny Hostin, Danny Cevallos and Marcia Clark discuss Judge Debra Nelson's no-nonsense style.
If you've been watching the George Zimmerman trial, you have probably noticed Debra Steinberg Nelson's no-nonsense style in the courtroom.
Randi Kaye reports on the judge's history and some of her most memorable moments in court.
Mark Geragos, Sunny Hostin, Danny Cevallos and Marcia Clark discuss the prosecution's use of props during closing.
The prosecution's closing asked the jury to judge Rachel Jeantel on the content of her testimony, not her personality. Mark Geragos, Sunny Hostin, Danny Cevallos and Marcia Clark debate.
"A teenager is dead ... through no fault of his own. He is dead because another man made assumptions." The prosecution's closing arguments said George Zimmerman profiled Trayvon Martin. In addition to the second-degree murder charge, prosecutors asked if the jury could consider manslaughter and third-degree felony murder charges.
Martin Savidge wraps up the events from day 13 of the Zimmerman trial.
During Wednesday's George Zimmerman trial the defense called witness Dennis Root, a former police officer and use of force expert. He testified that people who've been involved in high stress events, like shootings, can have trouble remembering things.
The trauma can cause 'hysterical amnesia', which is when defendants claim they don't remember committing a crime. This could explain the various inconsistencies in Zimmerman's descriptions about what happened the night he shot Trayvon Martin.
Randi Kaye reports.
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