Protesters March Over Zimmerman Verdict

From Washington, D.C., to Los Angeles, marchers gathered early Sunday in peaceful protests to express disappointment over the verdict.

Dueling demonstrators outside the Sanford, Fla., courthouse await a verdict. (Scott Olson/Getty Images)

Meanwhile, in Oakland, police reported about 100 people protested, with some among the crowd breaking windows and starting fires in the streets. As the protest eventually fizzled, the office of police information added that it had no word of any arrests as of 2 a.m., PST …

In Sacramento, more than 40 people gathered at City Hall, and the Sacramento Bee reported protesters riotously chanting: “What do we want? Justice. When do you we want it? Now. For who? Trayvon.” Meanwhile, a banner unfurled behind the speakers read, “No justice, no peace!” as the crowd cried out in unison.

In Milwaukee, the Journal Sentinel Online reports that at least one person was arrested in the aftermath of two separate protests.

After the verdict was an[n]ounced Saturday night, a protest with about 40 people formed in Milwaukee at about 10:30 p.m. around N. Fratney and W. Locust streets, and the group dispersed after about a half hour with no one arrested, Milwaukee police said.

Ano[t]her protest, with 50 to 75 people, formed at about midnight around N. Hopkins and W. Hampton streets, police said. One person was arrested on charges of resisting and obstructing an officer.

Read more at the Washington Post, Fox News and the Journal Sentinel Online.