"Why haven't they deposed Witness 8?" Blackwell said. "What's relevant is what Witness 8 said, what she heard, what went on."
Blackwell also said the Martins will be filing a lawsuit against Zimmerman.
Assistant State Attorney Bernie de la Rionda spoke next, saying that the prosecutors "completely agree" with Crump and have no intention of calling him as a witness.
"The bottom line is Mr. Crump has not been listed as a witness by the state," de la Rionda.
The defense had also requested information about Martin's family and Witness 8, including their addresses, but the state opposed the motion, saying they don't know where exactly Zimmerman is located.
Nelson ruled that Zimmerman's attorneys have had 11 months to do depositions and can ask witness their addresses during depositions. The addresses will be redacted in the depositions, Nelson said.
Nelson said the state won't be forced to give Witness 8's address to the defense, but the defense can get the address during a deposition.
Zimmerman, who shot and killed Trayvon Martin on Feb. 26, 2012, has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder. His trial is set for June.