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Re The State and Attorney Mark O'Mara look to seal public record

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Published on Apr 13, 2012

A day after calling for public calm, Orlando lawyer Mark O'Mara opened George Zimmerman's defense by successfully requesting the temporary sealing of most records in the second-degree-murder case, reports the Orlando Sentinel. Lawyers called it a deft move to limit pretrial publicity after weeks of speculation over what happened the night Zimmerman's clam of self defense with regard to Trayvon Martin.
Both the state and O'Mara requesting public record temporary sealing in the interest of public safety and Martins juvenile record

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