After two weeks of prosecution testimony in the high-profile, closely-watched trial of George Zimmerman, the defense is now going to present its case.
At issue is whether Zimmerman, 29, acted in self-defense when he shot and killed unarmed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin on February 26, 2012.
Friday, the prosecution rested with testimony from Trayvon's mother and brother, who testified that it was Martin's voice calling for help on the 911 call.
Not all of the state's witnesses were as compelling, however. In fact, some analysts believed the police may have helped the defense instead.
As the defense makes its own case, the million-dollar question is whether Zimmerman himself will take the stand, though we may not know for days.
In the meantime, watch the live stream of his trial in the video below: