Former federal prosecutor Kendall Coffey explains why George Zimmerman must turn himself in within 48 hours.
If you happen to run into George Zimmerman this weekend (please, for your own safety, don't approach him wearing a hoodie), please let him know he's wanted back in jail.
Circuit Judge Kenneth Lester today revoked Zimmerman's bond, ordering the neighborhood watch volunteer charged with killing 17-year-old Trayvon Martin back to jail within 48 hours.
Lester said Zimmerman misled the court about how much money he had when his bond was set for $150,000 in April.
Prosecutors claim Zimmerman had $135,000 available that had been raised by a website he set up, and failed to surrender a second passport.
Zimmerman’s attorney Mark O’Mara says the finances are an innocent misunderstanding.
George Zimmerman's attorney, Mark O'Mara, reacts to Judge Kenneth Lester's decision to revoke his client's bond.
But attorneys for Martin’s family say the disclosures go to Zimmerman, credibility, which attorney Ben Crump called crucial to his self-defense claim.
Zimmerman has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder.