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Hal Uhrig, right, and Craig Sonner, former attorneys for George Zimmerman, speak to reporters during a news conference. (AP)
Hal Uhrig, right, and Craig Sonner, former attorneys for George Zimmerman, speak to reporters during a news conference. (AP)

The special prosecutor in Sanford, Florida, says she will decide by Friday whether to charge Neighborhood Watch volunteer George Zimmerman with killing black teenager Trayvon Martin in February.

Meanwhile, Zimmerman's attorneys say they have dropped him as a client because he hasn't contacted them for days while at the same time trying to speak to the special prosecutor and also talking to Sean Hannity of Fox News.

Guest:

  • Marc Caputo, reporter for the Miami Herald

This segment aired on April 11, 2012.

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