O'Mara said he's happy with how the trial has gone on thus far, stating he can't believe the trial is in its fourth day.

"I feel like I've been here for three weeks," O'Mara said, adding that he believes the initial trial length estimate of 2 to 4 weeks may be accurate.

O'Mara said Zimmerman is happy that the trial is underway.

"The only battle in this courtroom is justice and truth," O'Mara said.

Tracy Martin and Fulton stood by Parks outside of the courtroom on Thursday as Parks spoke for them, saying they praise Jeantel for coming forward and testifying.

"She is a young lady going into the twelfth grade and she did her best this family is so proud of her," Parks said.

"We believe we'll get a fair verdict we believe the evidence in this case is overwhelming," Parks said, adding that the evidence shows who the aggressor was.

Parks said that they believe race shouldn't be a part of the process and that they're not worried about the jury's makeup.

On Tuesday, graphic pictures of Martin's body were shown to jurors, prompting Martin's father, Tracy Martin, to leave the courtroom.

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