SANFORD, Fla. Prosecutors are being told what they can and can't say during opening statements Monday at the trial of George Zimmerman in Florida.
He's pleading self-defense in his shooting death of unarmed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
Today, a judge ruled that prosecutors can tell jurors that Zimmerman profiled Martin based on factors such as age or clothing -- but they can't say he used race as a factor.
Martin was black, while Zimmerman identifies as Hispanic.