There are two important court dates to keep in mind in the Trayvon Martin case. The first is **April 22**, when an important [hearing is scheduled]( to determine whether George Zimmerman is immune to prosecution due to Florida's [Stand Your Ground law]( At the hearing, Zimmerman's legal team will have to convince the judge of three things: - Zimmerman was not engaged in unlawful activity. - Zimmerman was attacked in a place where he had a right to be. - Zimmerman had the reasonable belief that his life and safety were in danger as a result of an overt act or perceived threat committed by Martin. If Zimmerman's attorneys successfully make their case in front of a judge, he can walk free. But if they don't, he'll have to stand trial on second degree murder charges. The trial date has been set for **June 10.** Zimmerman's attorneys are pushing for a delay, mostly because they're in dire need of cash. Zimmerman has raised -- and spent -- over $300,000 in donations over the past year. But his lawyer [recently filed court documents]( asking that his client be declared indigent and thus eligible for the public to foot his legal bills.