But he had praise for Judge Debra Nelson, who has overseen the case. "Even though the rulings did not go our way like I would like them to, she was always well-prepared. She does her case law research, she does her homework," he said. "You mention a case, she knows the case. Those are the signs of a very good judge."
He predicted that justice would ultimately prevail in the form of an acquittal for Zimmerman but acknowledged that the jury deliberation would be a difficult time for him.
"I can't eat, I can't work, I just have to wait, it is the worst thing," he said. "It's sort of like waiting for a child to be born or something. ... I don't think there's anything else you can do."