Sanford, Fla. (WTVR/CNN) – A Florida judge has granted bond to George Zimmerman Friday morning.
George Zimmerman is to be released on $150,000 bond. Also, the judge said Zimmerman will be monitored by GPS and will not be released today. He is also to have no contact with Martin’s family, can have no firearms and will be under a curfew. Additionally, Zimmerman will need to check in every three days with officials.
George Zimmerman apologized to the family of Trayvon Martin prior to testifying in his bond hearing Friday. “I’m sorry for the loss of your son … I did not know if he was armed.”
Investigator Dale Gilbreath testified Authorities have no evidence showing who started the altercation that led to Trayvon Martin’s death, Friday at George Zimmerman’s bond hearing.
George Zimmerman is a caring, non-violent man who organized a campaign on behalf of a homeless man who had been beaten and mentored an African-American boy for two years, his mother testified Friday during his bond hearing.
“I know that he is very protective of people, very protective of homeless people and also of children,” Gladys Zimmerman testified by telephone.
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WHAT ABOUT THE CONDITIONS OF HIS RELEASE, DO YOU THINK THAT HIS FATHER'S POSITION AS A JUDGE INFLUENCED THE JUDGE TO APRROVE THE BOND STIPULATIONS?