The 'Stand Your Ground' task force met today in Florida to review the controversial law at the center of the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. The shooter, George Zimmerman can use the 'Stand Your Ground' law as his defense.
Zimmerman's bond was revoked for not being forthright about his finances during his bond hearing. Zimmerman's wife, Shellie is now facing a perjury charge. Attorney for the Trayvon Martin Family, Benjamin Crump comes OutFront and discusses the latest developments in the Zimmerman case.
Zimmerman's wife arrested, accused of perjury
George Zimmerman's wife was arrested Tuesday afternoon for allegedly lying at his bond hearing about the couple's finances.
Shellie N. Zimmerman, 25, faces a perjury charge, according to Jackie Barnard, spokeswoman for the State Attorney's office for the Fourth Judicial District of Florida.
Shellie Zimmernan will be arraigned July 31, according to the Seminole County Sheriff's Office. She met conditions for a $1,000 bond and was released Tuesday afternoon.
Her husband, 28, is accused in the February shooting death of Trayvon Martin, 17, in Sanford.