Court records show George Zimmerman had two black eyes, broken nose

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Updated at 7:21 a.m. ET

(CBS/AP) MIAMI - Court records show George Zimmerman was treated for a broken nose and cuts after the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, CBS News has confirmed.

The medical records were part of evidence released Tuesday that prosecutors have in the second-degree murder case against Zimmerman, who had a pair of black eyes, a nose fracture and two cuts to the back of his head after the Feb. 26 shooting.

He has entered a plea of not guilty and claims self-defense. A message left Tuesday evening with Zimmerman's attorney was not immediately returned.

Zimmerman was treated Feb. 27 at Altamonte Family Practice. A phone call made Tuesday evening to the practice rang unanswered.

ABC News first reported Zimmerman's injuries from the medical records. Some of the injuries were previously reported by The Associated Press based on video of Zimmerman at a jail sally port.

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Zimmerman's attorney is examining 67 compact discs and a list of witness statements in the case. Attorney Mark O'Mara announced Monday evening on the legal defense site he created for Zimmerman that he and his team have received discovery regarding the case.

The package also includes 911 calls, non-emergency calls, photos, video, medical records and numerous hardcopy documents, including the state's discovery exhibit and demand for reciprocal discovery.

O'Mara said on the site that it would be "inappropriate" for them to issue an immediate comment on "particular pieces of evidence."

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