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George Zimmerman takes the stand during his bond hearing for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Florida, April 20, 2012. Judge Kenneth Lester set a 150,000 USD bond for the pre-trial release of the neighborhood watch volunteer charged with murdering unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin. The judge also imposed certain conditions on Zimmerman's release, including that he submit to electronic GPS tracking, a curfew and to periodically report to authorities.    AFP PHOTO/POOL/Gary W. Green (Photo credit should read Gary W. Green/AFP/Getty Images)
George Zimmerman takes the stand during his bond hearing for the shooting death of Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Florida, April 20, 2012. Judge Kenneth Lester set a 150,000 USD bond for the pre-trial release of the neighborhood watch volunteer charged with murdering unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin. The judge also imposed certain conditions on Zimmerman's release, including that he submit to electronic GPS tracking, a curfew and to periodically report to authorities.    AFP PHOTO/POOL/Gary W. Green (Photo credit should read Gary W. Green/AFP/Getty Images)

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Lawyer Mark O'Mara tells a judge that George Zimmerman collected a substantial amount of money through a PayPal account.

Judge: Zimmerman can keep money for now

Lawyer Mark O'Mara tells a judge that George Zimmerman collected a substantial amount of money through a PayPal account.