The acquitted killer has continued to make headlines, including a lawsuit against Trayvon Martin's family, and auctioning off the gun used to kill the teenager.
The laws allow someone to use deadly force if they feel threatened, without the obligation to flee, and have increased monthly homicides by 11 percent.
Judge John Cooper in Tallahassee wrote that Zimmerman did not show "any fraudulent representation."
"It's Trayvon Martin 2.0," Crump said, describing the defense's efforts to characterize Arbery as a "scary, Black man" in their closing arguments.
Now that the Wisconsin teen has been acquitted by a jury, some people have already started wondering what his future may hold.
"I'm not sure why [former U.S. Attorney General Eric] Holder pre-cleared the Republican redistricting plans back in 2010," Ben Jealous said Friday.
"I am breaking every rule in boxing to make sure I f*** him right up," DMX said of his and Zimmerman's canceled boxing match in 2014.
The 54-year-old Latino man exited his car, claimed to be an off-duty police officer and then lied to a 911 dispatcher that the teen had tried to steal cars.
The killers of Georgia jogger Ahmaud Arbery may claim self-defense. An earlier case-—and a local prosecutor's memo—may provide defense fodder.
The man who killed the unarmed black teenager in 2012 claimed the candidates defamed him as racist and a white supremacist.
Zimmerman is accused of following, harassing and cyberstalking an investigator working on a Jay-Z produced documentary.
From trying to auction the gun he used to kill Martin to almost fighting the rapper DMX in a celebrity boxing match.
Online bidding for the Kel-Tec PF9 9mm handgun ended Wednesday, but it's not clear if the final offer was legitimate.
Zimmerman sparked intense debate last week when he first offered to sell the Kel-Tec PF9 9mm handgun.
The former neighborhood watch patrolman has led a turbulent life since killing Trayvon Martin.
George Zimmerman—acquitted of murdering the teenager—listed the gun as "a piece of American history."
A website is discovered that appears to contain the Charleston suspect's writings.
In May, Matthew Apperson reportedly fired at Zimmerman inside his vehicle.
Matthew Apperson turned himself into police four days after he reportedly fired at Zimmerman inside his vehicle.
George Zimmerman suffered a minor injury during a shooting incident.
A driver told police Zimmerman threatened to kill him after a confrontation on the road