The latest twist in the Trayvon Martin coverage: George Zimmerman's father gave an interview Wednesday night without consulting his son's attorney, the lawyer told NBC's "Today" in an exclusive interview this morning.
"I suppose he stayed quiet as long as he could and then had to tell his side of the story," attorney Craig Sonner told Matt Lauer.
Sonner said he had asked people to refrain from giving interviews until the case went to the grand jury or to trial.
Robert Zimmerman, a retired judge, told WOFL-Channel 35 that his son had been threatened by Trayvon Martin. Neighborhood Watch volunteer George Zimmerman has said he shot the 17-year-old...