Marital trouble a private investigator could help resolve? Shellie Zimmerman, wife of accused (now acquitted) killer George Zimmerman, has filed for divorce, reports Fox News.
Shellie Zimmerman, 26, said in an interview with ABC News that George Zimmerman’s trial for the alleged murder of Trayvon Martin had strained the couple’s nearly seven-year marriage to the breaking point. “After the trial, he feels invincible,” says Mrs. Zimmerman, as reported in the ABC News story.
Shellie Zimmerman has herself pled guilty to misdemeanor perjury, arising out of lies she told the court at a pretrial bond hearing in the George Zimmerman proceeding. She will serve one year’s probation, as part of a plea deal worked out on or about August 28, 2013, reports CBS News.
How could Shellie Zimmerman use a private investigator like John A. Demarr to help in her divorce case?
- Shellie could search for any bank accounts or cash George Zimmerman might be hiding
- Shellie could monitor the court proceedings in George Zimmerman’s defamation lawsuit against authorities in Orlando, Florida
- Shellie could have witnesses interviewed, who may or may not have testified in George Zimmerman’s criminal trial
- Shellie could have police officers interviewed, whose testimony may or may not have testified at George Zimmerman’s trial
To find out more about what we can do in hotly-contested cases of divorce, especially those with a large number of witnesses, John A DeMarr, P.I., invites you to take advantage of all the services provided by a full-service professional private investigation firm. John A DeMarr P.I. may also be contacted by phone at (877) 4-DEMARR or (877) 433-6277.