The state has published notice that it is on the verge of suspending Shellie Zimmerman's concealed weapons permit.
She's the wife of George Zimmerman, the Neighborhood Watch volunteer who shot and killed Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black 17-year-old, in Sanford, Feb. 26, setting off weeks of civil rights rallies across the country.
Both Zimmermans have concealed weapons permits, according to authorities, but the Florida Division of Licensing bought a legal notice in the Sanford Herald Sunday, officially notifying her that it was on the verge of suspending hers.
It is taking that action after Special Prosecutor Angela Corey charged Shellie Zimmerman with perjury, a felony, something that allows the state to temporarily yank her gun permit.
If convicted, she could lose it permanently. Shellie Zimmerman, 25, is accused of lying to a judge when she testified at her husband's first bond hearing April 20 that the family was broke.
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