A spokesman for Mark O'Mara, who succeeded in winning an acquittal for Zimmerman in the racially charged Trayvon Martin murder trial, said O'Mara will not represent Zimmerman in any future litigation including his divorce and any possible charges resulting from the Monday incident involving his wife and father-in-law.
O'Mara will still be Zimmerman's lawyer in a defamation suit pending against NBC and in the remaining motions stemming from the Trayvon Martin trial, including a motion to reimburse Zimmerman's attorneys and a motion to censure the prosecution.
O'Mara appeared to struggle with his anger at his client during Monday's incident in which he went to Zimmerman's house while police were still there. During a press conference later, O'Mara was asked if he had any advice for Zimmerman, and he answered, "Pay me."Damn. I did notice it was O'Mara who, right after the incident with Zimmerman's wife, after George was like "what gun?" and the police were like "we didn't find a gun" who was like "The gun was holstered under his shirt, and it stayed there the whole time." (But it sure was there, wasn't it?)
I get the feeling this is the kind of client that could make a guy tired.