The verdict in the George Zimmerman trial. Zimmerman was found not guilty on manslaughter and second-degree murder charges in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. (Photo by Gary W. Green-Pool/Getty Images)

Jurors in the trial of George Zimmerman will have three options when they begin deliberations Friday: They can convict him of the second-degree murder of Trayvon Martin, they can convict him of manslaughter or they can declare him not guilty of anything.

The six women on the panel heard closing arguments Thursday from prosecutors who portrayed Zimmerman as a wannabe cop and a liar whose account of being attacked by Martin defies logic.

They’ll hear closing arguments from Zimmerman’s lawyers Friday morning, and after rebuttal from the prosecution, Seminole County, Fla., Circuit Judge Debra Nelson will give them their instructions — which Nelson posted on the court’s website Thursday night.

Jurors in the trial of George Zimmerman will have three options when they begin deliberations Friday: They can convict him of the second-degree murder of Trayvon Martin, they can convict him of manslaughter or they can declare him not guilty of anything.

The six women on the panel heard closing arguments Thursday from prosecutors who portrayed Zimmerman as a wannabe cop and a liar whose account of being attacked by Martin defies logic.

They’ll hear closing arguments from Zimmerman’s lawyers Friday morning, and after rebuttal from the prosecution, Seminole County, Fla., Circuit Judge Debra Nelson will give them their instructions — which Nelson posted on the court’s website Thursday night.

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