Judge Perry grants bond for free-speech zone violator

Mark Schmidter, who was sent to jail earlier this week for violating free-speech zones and handing out jury information pamphlets during the Casey Anthony trial, was just granted a bond to leave jail while he appeals Judge Belvin Perry's contempt sentence.

Perry granted Schmidter a $1,000 bond Friday morning, allowing him to bail out of jail later that afternoon.

His attorney, Adam H. Sudbury, also said the appeal on this issue could take years going up through the 5th District Court of Appeal, the Florida Supreme Court and possibly all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court.



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