SANFORD, Fla. -

The state attorney's office released new evidence in the case against George Zimmerman, the neighborhood watchman who is charged with shooting and killing Trayvon Martin in Sanford.

The 76 pages of the "State's 6th Supplemental Discovery" released on Thursday contains the audio statement from witness 31 and photos taken by witness 13 at the scene showing the back of George Zimmerman's head and a flashlight on the ground.

The evidence also includes the FDLE report with analyst's notes, emails from the Sanford Police Department, copies of Tracy Martin's 911 call reporting his son missing and George Zimmerman's Seminole County Sheriff's Office Academy application.

O'Mara said he will hold a news conference on Monday to discuss the evidence released, including the dozens of items special prosecutor Angela Corey didn't intend to go the public. A grainy photo of Trayvon Martin's body, along with Zimmerman's records from high school and Seminole State College.

The evidence also stated Martin's blood was on the bag of Skittles in his pocket.

Meanwhile, Zimmerman's attorney, Mark O'Mara, says he will file for a "Stand Your Ground" hearing for his client. Click here to read more.

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