Zimmerman Released on Bond One Day After His Attorney Said He Couldn’t Afford It
O’Mara said Zimmerman did not have “anywhere near the $1,000,000 for collateral” and “even if we pay the $100,000 fee, the bail bond company will have to agree to work with us on how the collateral would be posted.”
Then, O’Mara posted a solicitation for donations on Zimmerman’s website:
For those who have given in the past, for those who have thought about giving, for those who feel Mr. Zimmerman was justified in his actions, for those who feel they would do the same if they were in Mr. Zimmerman’s shoes, for those that think Mr. Zimmerman has been treated unfairly by the media, for those who feel Mr. Zimmerman has been falsely accused as a racist, for those who feel this case is an affront to their constitutional rights–now is the time to show your support.
Well, the solicitations must have worked because Zimmerman raised $20,000 in one day, and was released on bond from the Sanford county jail today.
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