George Zimmerman granted bond a second time in Trayvon Martin shooting case.

Lester said he was granting bond because Zimmerman posed no threat to the community, and Florida law requires that most defendants receive bond if they pose no threat and can assure their presence for trial. The judge’s order requires Zimmerman to be electronically monitored and residing in Seminole County, prohibits him from opening a bank account or obtaining a passport and implements a 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. curfew. Zimmerman had been allowed to leave Florida under the conditions of his first bond release.

Prosecutors previously argued Zimmerman and his wife talked in code during recorded jailhouse conversations about how to transfer the donations to different bank accounts.

Uhm, shouldn’t his attorney at the time have explained that his conversations were ALWAYS recorded?  Be forthright.    If the jury has any sense at all, they will perceive this witch hunt for what it is.