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Regardless, Zimmerman's life will never be the same

  • HLN contributor Jason Johnson says George Zimmerman, even if found innocent, won't be free
  • The jury reconvened Saturday at 9 a.m. ET -- HLN will carry the verdict live when it happens

Monday night at 10 p.m ET on a special edition of HLN After Dark, Vinnie Politan is one-on-one with the Zimmerman prosecution team to try to find out what happened. HLN has been all over this case, and nothing is off-limits in this primetime interview.

No matter what the jury decides, one thing is certain: George Zimmerman's life will never be the same.

The high-profile case of the former neighborhood watch captain who killed an unarmed teenager has stirred up strong emotions across the nation. Defense attorney Mark O'Mara has even lamented to CNN, "My client will never be safe, because there are a percentage of the population who are angry, they're upset, and they may well take it out on him." 

Coming soon to HLN: Georgia v. Andrea Sneiderman

HLN contributor Jason Johnson says Zimmerman’s life will never be the same -- either in prison or as a free man. If he is convicted, he will have to be isolated from the general population of inmates, he says. And if he's found innocent: “He’s got to move -- has a notorious name, he’s probably going to have to leave Florida,” he said.

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