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SANFORD - Round two of jury selection for the trial ofGeorge Zimmerman is underway today, with attorneys questioning a group of 40 potential jurors in the hope of finding a panel to try the shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
For the first time since the trial began, Zimmerman's parents and sister have been in the courtroom today. In a statement, his brother Robert Zimmerman Jr. said "the time was right to do what they could to visibly advocate for George's innocence."
The trial reached a milestone Tuesday, when the state and defense got 40 potential jurors through the pretrial publicity phase of questioning, during which they were asked about what they know, and how they feel, about the high-profile case.
Today, the lawyers transitioned to something much more like jury selection at an everyday trial: The 40 first-round survivors are together in the courtroom, answering questions on more general topics.
This afternoon, prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda asked the potential jurors whether they'd been a victim of a crime in the past. Fourteen said they were crime victims, four of those by violent crime.