SANFORD -- George Zimmermans defamation lawsuit against NBC Universal heads back to court in Seminole County.
NBC will argue to have the case thrown out, saying Zimmermans claim is unfounded.
Zimmerman filed the lawsuit against NBC in 2012, claiming NBC aired edited versions of the 911 call he made right before he shot and killed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
The network actually ended up firing three producers.
The hearing was previously postponed because the judge wanted to wait until after Zimmermans murder trial finished.
Attorneys for NBC said they believe the lawsuit should be tossed out because Zimmerman did not meet Florida state law retraction requirements.
NBCs lawyers also said the harms Zimmerman said he's suffered were not because of the broadcasted 911 call on NBC.
On the website Zimmermans attorneys set up for this lawsuit, attorneys for the former neighborhood watchman said NBC News saw the death of Trayvon Martin not as a tragedy but as an opportunity to increase ratings..."
Judge Debra Nelson, who also presided over Zimmermans murder trial, will oversee todays hearing.
Zimmerman was acquitted of second-degree murder in July 2013.