Prosecutor Decides No Grand Jury In Trayvon Martin Case
The prosecutor said that this will not effect the outcome of the case.
Under Florida law, only first-degree murder cases require a grand jury present, reports USA Today.
Florida State Attorney Angela Corey will now decide if the state will press charges against Zimmerman.
"We want to believe that this would be a positive sign that the prosecutor has enough information to arrest Trayvon Martin's killer," the attorney for the Martin family told The Daily Beast.
Trayvon, 17, was killed by Zimmerman, a neighborhood watch volunteer on Feb. 26. Zimmerman was not arrested. He claimed he shot Martin in self-defense.