The prosecution has called Jonathan Manalo to the witness stand. His wife, Jeannee, testified earlier in the trial. The couple lived in Zimmerman's neighborhood the night Martin was shot. He heard a noise that night while building a coffee table with his daughter.
"It sounded like grunts. We thought at first it was a couple of dogs barking," Manalo said. "They were loud enough that I could hear it through the window."
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The jury is being seated.
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The judge is back on the bench. The attorneys are at a sidebar.
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Judge Debra Nelson has recessed court for lunch. The live blog will pick back up when testimony resumes at 1 p.m. ET.
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O'Mara asked, "Do you stand by that today and what you saw was a 'ground-and-pound' event?"
"It looked like that position was a 'ground-and-pound'-type position, but I couldn't tell 100% that there was actually fists hitting faces," said Good.
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Good said that no matter what statement he gave police, he has always said the person wearing red (Zimmerman was wearing a similar color) was on the bottom.
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O'Mara asked Good that if his story has changed slightly, does it mean he lied. Good said no, it doesn't mean he lied.
[Updated at 11:20 a.m. ET]
Good gave four to five statements to police about what happened the night of the shooting.
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The attorneys are at a sidebar with the judge.
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O'Mara is now asking Good questions.
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De La Rionda showed Good a picture of Martin's body lying face-down. Good confirmed that the picture represents how he saw the body that night.
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Good said that based on common sense, it seems that the person on the bottom was trying to get up.
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De La Rionda got Good to admit that the officer on the scene may have used the term "ground and pound" the night of the shooting.
[Updated at 11:03 a.m. ET]
Good said he used the term "ground and pound" in his first statement to police, and in later statements and depositions, he "clarified" the term to give a better visual.
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De La Rionda is making the point that Good did not hear any smacking noises that may have sounded like punches. He made several smacking noises with his hands to demonstrate his argument.
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O'Mara has finished his questioning of Good, and now prosecutor De La Rionda is asking him questions.
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O'Mara is reviewing his materials.
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Good said that when he was on the phone with 911, he went upstairs and looked out a window and saw the body.
[Updated at 10:51 a.m. ET]
O'Mara is having Good explain a picture he drew of what he saw the night of the shooting. It is possible to make out on the drawing where he saw Martin, the black shirt, on top.
[Updated at 10:47 a.m. ET]