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George Zimmerman's second bond hearing on Friday was like a mini-trial, with his father, a probation officer, an EMT who treated him, and an accounting expert all testifying. Listen to some of the exchanges involving defense attorney Mark O'Mara and Circuit Judge Kenneth Lester Jr., and forensic accountant Adam Magill and prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda.
Several pieces of evidence submitted by the attorney for George Zimmerman during last week's bond hearing were released Tuesday, including photos of Trayvon Martin the night he was shot by Zimmerman.
The photos, taken from a surveillance camera inside a Sanford 7-Eleven shortly before the Feb. 26 shooting, were just some of the many exhibits submitted by attorney Mark O'Mara during Friday's hearing.
Also released were interviews and reports from witnesses, Zimmerman's statements and interviews with authorities, Zimmerman's medical report and the medical examiner's report of Martin. The 911 calls from witnesses were also released by O'Mara.
In a posting on O'Mara's website, gzlegalcase.com, he says the evidence was submitted to demonstrate the weaknesses of the state's case against Zimmerman and to support his claim of self-defense.
Zimmerman has been charged with second-degree murder in the shooting of the 17-year-old Martin, from Miami Gardens. He has pleaded not guilty and remains behind bars after Circuit Judge Kenneth Lester Jr. ordered his bond revoked after prosecutors said he and his wife misled them about his finances.
During Friday's hearing, O'Mara requested his bond be reinstated to the original $150,000 amount. Prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda requested he remain in jail without bond.
Lester said in court Tuesday that he expects to issue his ruling on Zimmerman's bond motion on Thursday, the Orlando Sentinel reported. A Seminole County court spokesperson confirmed to NBC News that a written ruling is expected on Thursday.