George Zimmerman Headed to Court Today for GPS Monitoring, Bond, Travel Restrictions and Release of More Records Motions


George Zimmerman, who is accused of second degree murder in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin, is headed back to court today. Zimmerman and his defense team will be arguing several motions to Circuit Judge Debra Nelson to end Zimmerman’s GPS monitoring, lessening his travel restrictions and get more documents and records from the prosecution. Zimmerman is looking to be able to live outside of Seminole County for his own safety. Also among the motions will be an attempt to reduce Zimmerman’s bond. The court hearing starts at 9 am ET and is supposed to last about three hours.

A slew of motions in the case against George Zimmerman are set to be heard by a judge in Sanford this morning.

Zimmerman, accused of second-degree murder in the Feb. 26 shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, has asked Circuit Judge Debra Nelson to remove him from court-ordered GPS monitoring, and to force prosecutors to turn over more records from state and federal investigations of the shooting.

The hearing is scheduled to start at 9 a.m., and last three hours.

Tuesday’s hearing can be seen on TV on the following networks.

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  • Comments

    3 Responses to “George Zimmerman Headed to Court Today for GPS Monitoring, Bond, Travel Restrictions and Release of More Records Motions”

    1. Bill B on December 11th, 2012 9:00 am

      This is what happens when state run television runs the country. I never thought I would see the day.

    2. A Texas Grandfather on December 11th, 2012 10:02 pm

      The more I see of the Florida courts, the less respect I have for them.

      This case should never have been made except for the fact that corrupt media and DA’s who want to make a name for themselves decided to punish a guy for defending himself. Can one say “Nifong”. Shades of the made up Duke lacross players case.

    3. Carpe on December 12th, 2012 9:00 am

      America – Innocent until proven guilty

      Amerika – Guilty until proven innocent

      Unfortunately, we’ve become the latter. A country not ruled by law, but by hysterical mobs operating
      based on emotions & how they feel at the moment.

      George cannot even have a bank account at this time. If he wants to eat – he better be glad he has family and friends. Amerika has decided he is guilty until proven innocent – and not worthy of personal money at this time. He has a GPS strapped to his booty – yet is still considered a flight risk.

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