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George Zimmerman's Understanding of 'Stand Your Ground' Law

Jury hears from Zimmerman?s college professor who is questioned about his student.
01:44 | 07/03/2013

Transcript for George Zimmerman's Understanding of 'Stand Your Ground' Law

Now we turn to florida, george zimmerman on trial for the murder of trayvon martin. Today the jury heard from zimmerman's former college professor who seemed to catch zimmerman in a lie. Just what did... See More
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