5 Moments That May Have Led to George Zimmerman's Acquittal

Key moments in the trial that appeared to undermine the prosecution's case for conviction.
0:52 | 07/15/13

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Transcript for 5 Moments That May Have Led to George Zimmerman's Acquittal
Our thanks to Max and time now for our closing argument and turning on the web today five crucial trial moments that may have led. To the Zimmerman acquittal which do you think was most important to the jury a number one lead police investigator Chris Serena was asked by the defense if you believe Zimmerman was telling the truth he said. Yes although the judge later told the jury to disregard. That answer there was the moment -- renowned forensics expert Vincent the -- testified that evidence showed -- was leaning over Zimmerman. When he was shot. And in court on the stand trail on Martin's father -- so sure that the voice screaming on that -- 11 call was his son's. But on cross examination admitted that he initially told investigators. He couldn't tell. The screens which -- bonds. To hear the other two crucial moments and tell us what you think you can join our discussion on our FaceBook page. -- find -- at abcnews.com. Slash night.

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