Identities of Zimmerman Jurors Kept Secret
The murder trial of George Zimmerman is just days away and the identities of potential jurors will be kept confidential.
That's the ruling of a Seminole County Judge on Wednesday.
Circuit Judge Debra Nelson also ruled that potential jurors won't be sequestered.
During jury selection beginning on Monday, they will be referred to only by their jury numbers.
Attorneys need to pick six jurors and four alternates.
Zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
He has plead not guilty, claiming self defense.
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