We move on to another case. The zimmerm zimmerman, heading into its second day. 100 potential jurors showed up on monday. But lawyers talked to only four. Abc's matt gutman has more for us. Reporter:... See More
We move on to another case. The zimmerm zimmerman, heading into its second day. 100 potential jurors showed up on monday. But lawyers talked to only four. Abc's matt gutman has more for us. Reporter: Abc news has learned this morning that one potential juror in george zimmerman's second-degree murder trial has already been dismissed. Only four were even questioned by lawyers monday. Despite spending eight hours in court. The fact that there are only four that have been questioned and 496 left means to me that this is going to be a slow, long, drawn-out process. Reporter: Lawyers on both sides, painstakingly trying to sniff out bias. Is there any question in your mind that you could be fair? No question. Reporter: Among the questions being asked, the people exposed to the massive amount of media coverage to the case, still be impartial? And the law requires to set aside anything you may have heard or seen on tv. Do you think you could do that? Yes. Reporter: On monday, jurors were also quizzed about what they think they know about the case. Did you know or do you know now how old trayvon martin was? I'm assuming he was a kid. 12, 13. Reporter: But trayvon martin was 17 when he was shot by george zimmerman during a scuffle, just minutes after buying skittles and an iced tea at a sanford, florida, 7-eleven. Zimmerman has been charged with second-degree murder. Saying he shot martin in self-defense. In court on monday, we heard from zimmerman. Yes, sir. Reporter: And watched him fight off the tedium and laughing. For "good morning america," matt gutman, abc news, sanford, florida.
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