Brooke Harris, former English teacher from the Pontiac Academy for Excellence in Michigan, believes that she was fired for encouraging students' interest in holding a Trayvon Martin "hoodie" fundraiser.
Harris talks with Soledad this morning on "Starting Point" to explain the circumstances surrounding her dismissal. She is joined by Reverend Charles Williams, a pastor from King Solomon Baptist Church in Detroit, who is planning a rally at the school if Harris's job is not reinstated by Monday.
Mark O'Mara, Zimmerman's defense attorney, discusses his client's mental state and weighs in on the future of the case.
George Zimmerman, the man accused of killing 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, has been dropped by his legal counsel. But special prosecutor Angela Corey says the investigation will continue.
We could find out this week just how important that forensic evidence will be, as Corey announced that she will hold a news conference by the end of the day on Friday.
Lawrence Kobilinksy is a forensic scientist and chairman of the science department at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City. He explains to Soledad why the gun evidence in the case could be critical, but because the police never took it from Zimmerman it could be compromised.
Forensic scientist Lawrence Kobilinsky on how important evidence in Trayvon Martin case could have been compromised.
Forensic scientist Lawrence Kobilinsky on the information that can be learned from Trayvon Martin's autopsy.
Craig Sonner and Hal Uhrig, Zimmerman's former lawyers, explain why they are concerned about Zimmerman's mental health and physical safety.
Trayvon Martin family attorney Darryl Parks talks about the latest in the Trayvon Martin case.
CNN contributor Mark Nejame on if George Zimmerman's new website asking for donations is appropriate.
Florida State Senator David Simmons discusses the Stand Your Ground law which he helped write and its possible impact in the Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman case.
Natalie Jackson, attorney for the Martin family, discusses the audio analysis of Zimmerman's 911 tapes and weighs in on comments made by Zimmerman's lawyers about Trayvon's death.
Lou Palumbo, retired New York police officer, explains why he thinks that George Zimmerman used excessive force when he shot and killed Trayvon Martin.
Marc Morial, president & CEO of the National Urban League, explains why he thinks that Zimmerman's lawyers have constructed a "clumsy" and "contradictory" defense and discusses recent comments that the defense team has made.