On Friday, George Zimmerman's attorneys finally gave the prosecutors a list of the evidence they plan to use in the June 10 murder trial.
A subpoena request by a FDLE agent for Trayvon Martin's phone records; a letter former State Attorney Norm Wolfinger wrote to FDLE, asking its help; a Crimeline report about a potential 8-year-old witness for whom authorities searched but could not find; and Sanford police records on calls for help from Zimmerman's neighborhood.
The list also includes four pieces of video, three of them surveillance video from retail stores, parking lots or apartments, the fourth of Zimmerman being arrested by FDLE agents in Jacksonville on April 11.
In addition, lead attorney Mark O'Mara also asked the judge to order ABC News and reporter Matt Gutman to surrender all recordings, notes and correspondence related to Trayvon's girlfriend, who is one of the most important witnesses in the case.
Do you think this evidence is enough to keep Zimmerman out of jail?
SOURCE: Orlando Sentinel