Zimmerman's Days in Court are Numbered

George Zimmerman's second-degree murder trial is coming close to an end as his lawyers delivered clo
1:10 | 07/12/13

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-- -- -- -- -- -- -- Today George Zimmerman attorneys get one last chance to convince an all female jury that their client -- trade on -- in self defense let's talk about our -- present Zimmerman as a concerned citizen who worked for the good of the community and protected himself and struggle on the ground that prosecutors presented their closing arguments on Thursday. He does not want to admit. That he was following. -- -- Throughout the trial prosecutors presented Zimmerman as a lying wannabe cop who assumed -- on -- as the criminals to trial which started on June 24 has lasted three weeks with a range of witnesses taking the stand in the second degree murder case. Better Zimmerman declined to testify. After closing statements today the jury will have to decide whether to acquit Zimmerman or convict him of second degree murder or manslaughter. If convicted of second degree murder Zimmerman who is 29 could spend the rest of his life in prison. But jurors could convict him of the lesser manslaughter charge which carries a maximum sentence of thirty years the jury could begin deliberating sometime in the middle of the afternoon up. For fusion this is Adam Weinstein.

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