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Trayvon Martin autopsy: What it tells us

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  • Jury selection in George Zimmerman's trial will begin on June 10
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Watch HLN’s newest hit show "HLN After Dark" nightly at 10 p.m. on HLN. Our all-star legal team breaks down the George Zimmerman murder trial and the issues heating up in the court of public opinion.

George Zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder for killing Trayvon Martin on Feb. 26, 2012. Zimmerman says he shot the 17 year old in self-defense. Jury selection is scheduled to begin on June 10.

Death investigator Joseph Scott Morgan joins former prosecutor Vinnie Politan to break down some of the evidence the jury in the George Zimmerman murder trial will see in just a few weeks. Included in that evidence is Trayvon Martin's autopsy report, which could play a big role when the prosecution begins to analyze Zimmerman's story of what happened the night Martin was killed.

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