SANFORD, Fla. -- Only a handful of demonstrators spent the day outside the Seminole County Courthouse Wednesday, holding up signs, expressing their views on the George Zimmerman trial.
People like Amy Waz want him freed.
"I think he'll be acquitted," she said. "I'm hoping."
Others want him convicted of the second-degree murder charge in the death of Trayvon Martin.
Demonstrator James Fraleigh said, "There still hasn't come out yet any evidence that Trayvon Martin was doing anything wrong."
Because this has been such an emotionally charged case, police are taking precautions, should any post-verdict violence erupt.
The Broward County Sheriff's Office even released a public service announcement asking trial watchers to raise their voices, not their hands, if they're unhappy with the outcome.
Local police won't talk the specifics of their plan, only saying one is in place, should things get out of hand. And right now, there's nothing to indicate that will happen.
"I feel sorry for both families. It's a horrible thing that happened," said Waz.
Demonstrators say they're not looking for any trouble. They're just anxious to see how this case will end.
"It's important to see that justice is being served," said Fraleigh.
The jury is expected to start deliberating by the end of the week.