Zimmerman Trial: Judge Ruling on Other Zimmerman Phone Calls
Sanford, Fla. -- Judge Debra Nelson will rule on whether other phone calls Zimmerman made to police will be allowed as evidence.
The state wants the calls to be included saying they are evidence showing "motive and state of mind" that Zimmerman was profiling leading up to the night he called about Trayvon Martin.
The phone calls were played in court this morning but the jury was not present.
Judge Nelson said she would review case law and rule on whether they will be included at a later time.
Follow the hearing, jury was brought in and court resumed.
Testimony so far today included Wendy Dorival, a woman from the Sanford Police Department who helped George Zimmerman set up the neighborhood watch, and Donald O'Brien, the president of the Twin Lakes Homeowner's Association.
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