ORLANDO, Fla. (WFTV) -- Attorneys for George Zimmerman have released another round of evidence that include multiple photos and texts from Trayvon Martin's cellphone, as well as school records and videos.
Zimmerman has maintained he shot and killed the 17-year-old Martin in self-defense as the teen was attacking him near his Sanford home. He has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder charges.
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Zimmerman's attorney, Mark O'Mara, could use in Zimmerman's defense several videos that were extracted from Martin's cellphone, as well as several videos from the Miami Dade Schools Police Department and Martin's school records.
Circuit Judge Debra Nelson allowed the defense to delve into Martin's personal life and phone records, ruling the information could be relevant if it showed the teenager had a propensity for violence.
The photos are in sharp contrast to the ones of Martin that were released soon after his shooting death.
One of the photos shows Martin blowing smoke and others show what appear to be a marijuana plant.
There are also photos of someone holding a Glock handgun, but it's unclear if the hand in the image is Martin's.
There are also dozens of text messages the defense said it could present as evidence in Zimmerman's trial.
One of the text messages retrieved from Martin's cellphone shows a message he sent to someone saying his mother had kicked him out of the house because police caught him out of school.
Martin also said a teacher accused him of hitting someone during a fight in school.
There will be a hearing next week so the judge can determine which evidence will be used at the trial.
Other evidence includes multiple emails and a video that was posted to Martin's YouTube channel.
In the meantime, O'Mara is also asking a judge to deny prosecutors' request that the teen's marijuana use be off limits.
He filed a motion Monday claiming that Martin likely was under the influence of marijuana at the time of his death in February 2012.
Attorney Don West said that could be relevant to a jury evaluating Martin's actions the night he was shot.
Zimmerman's trial is scheduled to start June 10.
Prosecutors have asked a judge to not allow Martin's drug use or other personal matters from being used at trial.
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