At a pre-trial hearing Tuesday morning, a Florida judge denied motions to reduce George Zimmerman’s $1 million bond, and end his out-of-county travel restrictions and GPS monitoring. Zimmerman is accused of second-degree murder in the death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. Defense attorneys unsuccessfully asked Judge Debra Nelson to reduce the restrictions placed on Zimmerman by a previous judge, who has since been removed from the case. The trial is scheduled to begin in June.
Judge Denies Zimmerman’s Request For Unmonitored Travel, Lower Bond In Trayvon Martin Murder Trial