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Zimmerman was not charged for more than six weeks, sparking nationwide protests.

Even though authorities can pinpoint Zimmerman’s location with a GPS ankle bracelet that he must wear round the clock, the public may not see him again for some time. Zimmerman has waived his appearance at his upcoming arraignment next month, so he can stay underground if he wants.

“He’s doing well, he’s very glad to be out, trying to get settled in, still worried about his safety, but, you know, talking to his family and feeling much better than being in” jail, Zimmerman’s attorney, Mark O’Mara, said Monday night on CNN’s Anderson Cooper 360.

O’Mara declined to say if Zimmerman was in Florida, only saying his client will travel to several locations for his safety. O’Mara did not immediately return phone calls Monday by The Associated Press.

Associated Press writer Mike Schneider in Orlando, Fla., contributed to this article.