Dozens of witnesses were called to the stand during the first full week of testimony in the George Zimmerman trial.
The former neighborhood watch captain has been charged with second-degree murder for shooting Trayvon Martin in the Retreat at Twin Lakes gated community in Sanford, Florida on February 26, 2012.
Zimmerman told authorities that he was pursuing the 17-year-old because of the rash of crimes in the area. Zimmerman claims he was forced to kill Martin during their confrontation in self-defense.
Jurors have heard a number of witnesses in the trial. It's anyone's guess as to whether the jury is having issues, if any, with conflicting testimony or witness credibility.
In a recent interview, Martin family attorney Natalie Jackson was asked if the family has been prepared for either verdict, granted there wasn’t a hung jury.
“Oh, yes,” she said. “That's the thing about this whole process is that this has been a quest for equal justice and an equal process. The verdict doesn't tell us whether or not the process has been equal. It is the way that the trial proceeds -- and now we're here. They're prepared for whatever verdict as long as it's a just and fair verdict based on the evidence.”
Attorney Mark Eiglarsh, who conducted the interview, said, “It's good to hear. I've always said expectations are future resentments. I hope they're prepared for either outcome.”
Testimony in the trial resumes Monday at 9 a.m. ET on HLN.