Every day in court we hear Circuit Judge Debra Nelson address the jury that sat and listened to 50+ witnesses, opening statements, and countless evidence exhibits.
But, who are the people that will determine whether George Zimmerman walks or goes to jail?
Although their identities are hidden for safety until after the trial, we do have a bit of information on the six women who were chosen to reach a verdict in the second-degree murder trial.
So, who are these women? How old are they? What do they do for a living?
Well, let’s find out:
Juror B37, The Pet Lover:
B37 is described as a middle-aged white woman who owns many pets. She worked for a chiropractor for 16 years and has two children – a 24-year-old dog groomer and a 27-year-old who attends the University of Central Florida. Both are girls. Her husband has a concealed weapons permit, and while she used to have one, she let it expire.
Interesting tidbit: After Trayvon Martin’s murder, she described the protests in Sanford as “riots.”
Juror B76, The Attorney’s Mother:
B76 has a 28-year-old son who is an attorney in Seminole County. The white, middle-aged woman also has a daughter who is 26-years-old. She didn’t know much about the Zimmerman case, but told attorneys that the defendant “had an altercation with a young man” and during the struggle, the gun went off. Though she doesn’t work currently, she used to work for her husband’s construction company. They’ve been married for 30 years.
Interesting tidbit: The state tried to strike her, but the request was denied
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Who Are The Women That Will Determine George Zimmerman’s Fate? was originally published on praisecleveland.com