As the second week in the George Zimmerman trial resumes Monday, the prosecution is expected to call police investigators to the stand.
Zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder in the shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Florida. Zimmerman says he was forced to kill Martin in self-defense.
Zimmerman gave several written and audiotaped statements to police after the shooting took place, including a videotaped walk-through and re-enactment at the townhouse complex. Prosecutors hope to use Zimmerman’s statements to disprove his claim of self-defense.
The medical examiner is expected to testify this week about the gunshot that killed Martin, and a ballistic expert is expected to discuss Zimmerman’s weapon.
HLN Legal Correspondent Jean Casarez talks with Natasha Curry about what else we’re likely to hear in the second week of trial.