George Zimmerman made his first court appearance since being officially charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.
Zimmerman wore a gray prison jumpsuit and spoke only to answer "Yes, sir," after being asked questions about the charge against him and his lawyer.
His hair was shaved down to stubble and he sported a thin goatee, which appeared consistent with his booking photo from the day before (below).
He resurfaced Wednesday to turn himself in after weeks in hiding. Meanwhile, a new document provided additional details on the prosecution's case.
Judge Mark E. Herr said he found probable cause to move forward with the case and an arraignment would be held on May 29 before another judge.
The affidavit of probable cause prepared by prosecutors shed some light on why they chose to charge Zimmerman in the February 26 shooting.
The Orlando Sentinel says that on that night, Trayvon Martin's mother identified screams heard in the background of a 911 call as her son's.
There were doubts as to whether Martin or Zimmerman called for help.
Prosecutors interviewed a friend of Martin's who was talking to him just before the shooting. Martin told the witness he was being followed and was scared.