Evidence from the case is made public by the Jacksonville State Attorney's Office on May 17. According to the autopsy report, Martin was killed by a single gunshot wound fired at an "intermediate range." Traces of marijuana were found in Martin's system. Another document is made publich showing that lead detective Chris Serino had no reason to believe that Martin was involved in any criminal activity the night of his murder, and that his death was ultimately avoidable.
Additional information includes conflicting statements from witnesses, audio tapes, and a slew of images from the night of the shooting. This marks the first time both the media and public get a clear look at George Zimmerman's face on the night of the shooting.