HLN, CNN's sister network, is covering the George Zimmerman trial, gavel to gavel. Zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder in the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin on February 26, 2012. Here is testimony from Thursday:
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The attorneys need to fix the jury instructions, where Zimmerman's name is spelled with a capital "I." The live blog will pick back up Friday for closing arguments, which are scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. ET.
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The judge has dismissed the jurors until 8:30 a.m. ET on Friday.
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"I ask you to come back with a verdict that speaks the truth. A verdict that is just," de la Rionda says. "They can't take any more photos and that's true because of the actions of one person. The man before you. ... The man who is guilty of second-degree murder. Thank you." De la Rionda has concluded his closing argument.
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"What a coincidence. The shot, all of a sudden the yelling stops," de la Rionda says.
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De la Rionda is flashing through several slides in his presentation, including one that says "self-defense vs. common sense."
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"We don't have a big animation of how it happened. Did anyone see it out there?" asks de la Rionda. Zimmerman's defense had an animator make a 3D re-enactment of the shooting. Jurors may see it during the defense's closing argument.
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"Victim didn't get to choose anything. Or anyone," says the presentation that de la Rionda puts up on the screen. He describes the lesser included charge of manslaughter.
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De la Rionda puts up on the screen what is needed for a person to be convicted of second-degree murder.
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Zimmerman knew the self-defense laws and knew what to tell police, says de la Rionda. The prosecutor also asks, "How many arms did Trayvon Martin need?" in order to accomplish everything Zimmerman said he did.
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De la Rionda pulls out the dummy and straddles it, with his knees near the dummy's armpits.
"How does he get the gun out? Armpits -- how does he get the gun out?" asks de la Rionda.
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"I feel like it was all God's plan and for me to second guess and judge it ..." Zimmerman said in the interview. He also said he wouldn't have done anything differently if he had a second chance.
"I don't know that I need to comment about that. It speaks for itself," de la Rionda says.