George Zimmerman trial: Ramona Rumph testifies (videos)

The last person to testify in the George Zimmerman trial on behalf of the state on June 24, 2013, was Ramona Rumph. Rumph has worked for the Seminole County sheriff’s department for 26 years and is the deputy director of the communications division. Zimmerman is on trial for the Feb. 26, 2012,
Ramona Rumph testifies
shooting death of Trayvon Martin. He faces a life sentence if convicted.

The prosecution questioned Rumph regarding the procedure used to classify 911 calls. The prosecution began to introduce past 911 calls into evidence to the objection of the defense. Judge Nelson determined that court would recess so she could take up the issue of the additional 911 calls Zimmerman made. Rumph returned to the courtroom on June 25, 2013, but there were more objections and she quickly left the stand.

Rumph returned to court for a third time on June 26, 2013, and took the stand before prosecution witness Rachel Jeantel. Rumph testified regarding several 911 calls that Zimmerman made previously.

You can watch Ramona Rumph’s full testimony from her three days on the stand in the video players below.