According to the "New York Daily News," Florida prosecutors have accidently released important evidence from the George Zimmerman case to the public that was not supposed to available.
The items included a photo of Trayvon Martin's dead body, zimmerman's college transcripts from Seminole College which displayed Zimmerman's academic records, including a stint on academic probation.
The information was accidentally put in the "supplemental discovery" release from the special prosecutor Angela Corey's office, which is usually released to the media.
Soon after a representative from Corey's office sent an email to reporters who received the confidential information, informing them that the photo of Trayvon Martin could not be released due to Florida's state law.
Zimmerman is currently seeking a "Stand Your Ground" trial which will allow charges to be dropped against him.