For a second time, a judge has set bond for the man who shot and killed 17-year old Trayvon Martin.
This afternoon a million dollar bond was set for George Zimmerman. His initial bond of 150-thousand dollars was revoked last month because he and his wife failed to disclose to the court thousands of dollars in donations. Ben Crump, an attorney for Trayvon’s family, says his clients wanted Zimmerman to stay behind bars, but they respect the judge’s decision.
“Everything is taken with a grain of salt knowing that the most important decision is going to be the outcome of the trial, but even that won’t bring Trayvon back. He’s never coming back to them,” said Crump.
Zimmerman will have to come up with 10 percent of the million dollar bond in order to be released from jail.