The killing of African-American teen Trayvon Martin left his family looking for answers when police refused to arrest George Zimmerman due to Florida's Stand Your Ground law.
Nationwide protests erupt as Trayvon Martin's parents continue to fight for an arrest, and President Obama's remarks on the case spark a political divide.
George Zimmerman becomes an unlikely hero for the far right, his legal team is assembled as the trial approaches, and the jury selection process comes to an end.
As George Zimmerman's trial gains international attention, the prosecution is prevented from discussing possible racist motivations for the shooting of Trayvon Martin.
George Zimmerman's legal team capitalizes on the mistakes of the prosecution and describes Trayvon Martin as the aggressor, while the public awaits a verdict.