New motions filed by the prosecution and defense in the Case against George Zimmerman could keep some of the evidence a secret.

Zimmerman's attorney wants more time to review any new evidence.

He's asked a judge to give him 30 days to review it before it's released to the public.

The State Attorney's Office wants to take that even further.

Prosecutors asked a judge to seal evidence like crime scene photos and Trayvon Martin's cell phone records.

Hundreds of pages of documents, interviews and pictures have already been released.

State Attorney Angela Corey said releasing certain evidence could make it hard to find a jury in Seminole County.

A hearing is set for Friday, June 1 at 1:30 p.m. on the State's Motion for Protective Order.