Zimmerman Juror Drops Memoir Plans

    SANFORD, FL - JULY 02:  George Zimmerman leaves the courtroom during a recess on the 17th day of his trial in Seminole circuit court, July 2, 2013 in Sanford, Florida.  Zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder for the February 2012 shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.  (Photo by Joe Burbank-Pool/Getty Images)

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    What a difference a day makes. Less than 24 hours after literary agent Sharlene Martin announced she would be representing the juror designated as B37, the anonymous woman has scrapped her plans for a memoir about her role in the high-profile trial of George Zimmerman. She was among the six jurors who arrived at a not-guilty verdict on Saturday night. Responding to widespread criticism, juror B37 wrote that the book would have been “a respectful observation of the trial from my and my husband’s perspectives solely.” In her statement, she acknowledged that being sequestered had shielded her “from the depth of pain that exists among the general public over every aspect of this case.”

    Sharlene Martin no longer representing anonymous woman.

    Monday night, Juror B37 spoke to Anderson Cooper, saying that she believed George Zimmerman's "heart was in the right place."

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