The defense is expected to start in the sex abuse case of Jerry Sandusky.
The former Penn State Assistant Football Coach is accused of sexually abusing ten boys over a 15-year period. Eight of his accusers testified last week.
The prosecution is expected to rest today, clearing the way for the defense to start.
Sandusky's lawyers may argue their client suffers from histrionic personality disorder.
Zimmerman's Phone Calls Released
Prosecutors in Florida will release "six" phone calls between George Zimmerman and his wife Shellie. They occurred while Zimmerman was jailed for shooting Trayvon Martin.
The conversations are said to appear to concern finances which were "not" disclosed to the court.
A judge revoked Zimmerman's bond earlier this month, sending him back to jail, after prosecutors argued the two misled the court about their financial situation.
Shellie Zimmerman has since been charged with perjury.
Monumental Decisions Expected by the High Court Monday
The Supreme Court is expected to issue a number of rulings today, and some could be monumental.
We're still awaiting decisions from the court on the constitutionality of President Obama's health care reform legislation, and the legality of Arizona's immigration law.
A decision on a campaign finance law in Montana could also carry national implications.