June 26th, 2013
01:35 PM ET

Day 2 of Zimmerman Trial

Attorney Danny Cevallo & CNN Legal Analyst Sunny Hostin explain what the prosecution and defense teams need to prove in order to influence the outcome of this emotional case.

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  1. Marcy Smith

    The thing I can't get out of my mind is George Zimmerman had all of the wounds and Trayvon Martin did not have any signs of being beaten at all. Also it is said TM was on top of GZ , which shows TM was the attacker since this took place in only seconds from the sound of things. GZ should not have followed him , but TM should not have attacked him the way he did. I believe GZ story that it was self defense, but will wait to hear all of the testimony. Unlike Nancy Grace. Nancy Grace should report the news and not try to sway everyone to her side , which is obviously TM's side. She is suppose to believe in innocent until proven guilty and she obviously already thinks GZ is guilty. I turn off any program she is on.

    June 27, 2013 at 8:53 am | Reply
    • TeamCNNCNN

      Hi Marcy,
      Thanks so much for weighing in on this story. Are you watching the trial and the the testimonies on CNN from the past 2 days? Let us know your thoughts!
      CNN Viewer Communications

      June 27, 2013 at 5:47 pm | Reply
  2. Arturo Montoya

    Why did George Zimmerman suspect a teen for simply walking along the sidewalk?... That's the key issue here. It's also clear to me that Zimmerman disobeyed the 911 operator, when he ask him "Not to follow" the teen. I think Zimmerman was looking for trouble because he felt safe carrying a gun. The only thing Trayvon was doing was "walking along the sidewalk" towards his father's home. What was so suspicious about that?!!!

    June 27, 2013 at 7:46 am | Reply
    • TeamCNNCNN

      Hi Arturo,
      Thanks so much for commenting on this story. You raise some interesting questions – hopefully, we will all find out the answers as the trial continues. For the latest coverage on the George Zimmerman trial, stay tuned to CNN!
      CNN Viewer Communications

      June 27, 2013 at 5:50 pm | Reply

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