George Zimmerman, who is charged with second-degree murder in the death of Trayvon Martin, at a court hearing last June in Seminole County, Fla. Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel/pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Defense attorney Mark O'Mara (left) with his client, George Zimmerman, at an April hearing related to second-degree murder charges in the killing of Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla. Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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A handout composite provided by the Seminole County Sheriff's Office, showing George Zimmerman in new mugshot photos. Seminole County (Fla.) Sheriff's Office/Getty Images hide caption

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George Zimmerman during his bond hearing in a Seminole County, Fla., courtroom on April 20. Gary Green/Orlando Sentinel-Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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A photograph of George Zimmerman's head taken after the Feb. 26 shooting death of Trayvon Martin. It shows blood from injuries he Zimmerman says he received during their encounter. Florida State Attorney's Office/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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George Zimmerman during a court appearance on April 20. Gary W. Green/AP hide caption

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Medical Report Details George Zimmerman's Injuries, ABC News Says

The man who shot and killed Florida teenager Trayvon Martin has argued he acted in self defense. Evidence of his injuries may support his case.

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