George Zimmerman to Be Charged in Trayvon Martin’s Death After His Lawyers Resign

Trayvon Martin supporter

Traymon Williams, of Tallahassee, Fla., watches TV news crews after a press conference by attorneys Hal Uhrig and Craig Sonner, who were representing George Zimmerman, in front of the Seminole County Courthouse in Sanford, Fla., Tuesday. Uhrig and Sonner say they have lost contact with Zimmerman and have withdrawn from representing him in the investigation of the death of Trayvon Martin. Martin, 17, was shot and killed by Zimmerman on Feb. 26, sparking protests from civil rights groups, who want the shooter arrested.

Zimmerman, who currently cannot be found, claims he acted in self-defense. ABC News reports that Florida special prosecutor Angela Corey plans to charge the neighborhood watch captain, but it is not immediately clear what charges he will face. She is expected to announce the decision at a 6 p.m. news conference on Wednesday in Jacksonville, Fla.

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