(Newsroom America) -- George Zimmerman, who is accused of killing Trayvon Martin, has returned to Central Florida and is back in Police custody, according to a note posted to Twitter by his defense team.
The court revoked Mr. Zimmerman's bond on Friday, ordering him to return to custody within 48 hours because the judge said he lied to the court about their finances so he could obtain a lower bond.
The defense team said it coordinated with the Sanford Police Department to ensure Mr. Zimmerman's security when he turns himself in before the 2:30 PM deadline.
While out on bond, Mr. Zimmerman has been living in a secure, undisclosed location as there are significant threats against his life.
Mr. Zimmerman's lawyers will request a new bond hearing where they can address the court's concerns regarding the representation of funds available at the time of the original hearing on April 20.
"The defense team hopes that Mr. Zimmerman's voluntary surrender to Sanford police will help demonstrate to the court that he is not a flight risk. Furthermore, the vast majority of the funds in question are in an independently managed trust, and neither Mr. Zimmerman or his attorneys have direct access to the money," the lawyers said in a statement.
On May 8, Mr. Zimmerman waived his right to a speedy trial to allow the defense team the time needed to prepare for trial. It is anticipated, though not certain, that the case will not be ready for trial until some time into 2013, and the next bond hearing will determine whether Mr. Zimmerman will wait those many months in jail or not.