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While serving on the jury might be challenging enough, it could get a whole lot tougher if that jury is sequestered.
Circuit Judge Debra Nelson told a potential juror on the fourth day of selection that all panelists will be kept isolated.
Attorneys trying to find a jury in George Zimmerman's trial for shooting an unarmed teen stopped questioning a man in his 20s after he gave answers that indicated he wouldn't be impartial.
Jury selection for the George Zimmerman trial continued as attorneys from both sides of the case questioned potential jurors on their knowledge of the case and which media outlets they use.
Seminole County and the City of Sanford did not provide facilities for reporters covering the George Zimmerman trial, so a satellite truck operator decided to rent a portable restroom facility for $7,000 and charge users.
Jury selection continued Tuesday as prosecuting and defense attorneys questioned dozens of potential jurors, a process that's expected to take all week, if not longer.
Media outnumbers protesters at Central Florida courthouse.
Robert Zimmerman Jr. told reporters that his brother taking the stand will largely depend on how the case unfolds.
Jury selection in the Trayvon Martin murder case got off to a prompt start Monday, with Circuit Judge Debra Nelson quickly hearing, then rejecting, a request from defense lawyer Mark O'Mara to delay the trial.
The family of Trayvon Martin spoke out Monday as George Zimmerman's murder trial got underway, calling for justice for their son and a "fair and impartial" trial.
George Zimmerman's younger brother said there is a vacuum of information on who George is and the absence of information created a "mythological monster" of who George was.
The trial of George Zimmerman is worthy of your attention. Here's why.
A Florida judge has denied a defense request to delay the start of the trial of a neighborhood watch volunteer charged in the fatal shooting of an unarmed teen.
George Zimmerman's lead attorney will be walking a fine line as he tries to convince jurors that his client didn't murder Trayvon Martin: He needs to show why Zimmerman felt threatened by the African-American teenager while avoiding the appearance that either he or his client is racist.
For a second day in a row, a Florida judge is weighing whether to allow certain voice experts to testify at George Zimmerman's trial.