George Zimmerman has been released on bond for the second time in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
But this time, the judge who believed Zimmerman misled the court about his finances, is requiring him to remain in Seminole County, Fla. -- meaning he is restricted from leaving the country.
After recently posting a $1 million bond, Zimmerman was freed from jail, but he must be electronically monitored. Neither can the 28-year-old former neighborhood watch guard open a bank account, obtain a passport or go near the local airport. He also has to adhere to a 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew.
"Certainly it's been a sobering experience spending the last month in jail in that kind of environment," Don West, one of Zimmerman's attorneys, said in an interview over the weekend.
Meanwhile, Zimmerman who has reportedly hired a security team, will be accommodated in a "safe house" prior to being moved to a permanent home.