"After prosecutors filed paperwork declining to file charges, Zimmerman was released from his court-ordered bond conditions. That means he'll no longer have to stay away from Scheibe, or wear a GPS device."
I don't know if this counts as a media link, but a new book on the case has come out.
'If I had a Son': Race, Guns, and the Railroading of George Zimmerman: Jack Cashill: 9781938067211: Amazon.com: Books@@AMEPARAM@@http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41J7v67Vi0L.@@AMEPARAM@@41J7v67Vi0L
Poor GZ cannot catch a break!
First he is taken to task for not staying out of the spotlight:
Oralndo Sentinel on GZ not staying out of sight
Now he is taken to task for staying out of sight:
The url says freind makes appeal, and in the last third of the video Frank Taffee is asking him to call him, but the first two thirds is a press conference by police spolesman Zach Hudson.
One of the letters ( haven't found it yet ) basically says that the judge should take into account that he plead guilty and spared the boy ( now a man ) the trama of testifying. I suspect that the real reason he plead guilty is that he did not want to draw it out and risk having the prosecutors...
I just came across the story of Neal Erickson, a Rose City Michigan teacher who molested a boy for three years starting at the age of eight. He plead guilty to one count of criminal sexual conduct.
During sentencing several teachers wrote letters asking leniency during sentencing for Erickson...