George Zimmerman had another -- albeit shorter -- brush with the law during a traffic stop in Lake Mary, Fla., on Tuesday.
A police officer ticketed the former Neighborhood Watch volunteer -- who was controversially acquitted in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin last July -- for driving 60 mph in a 45 mph zone outside Orlando.
Officer Jason McDaniel happened to be equipped with a camera when he stopped Zimmerman, capturing the whole exchange on video.
Zimmerman received a $256 ticket for the infraction, his second speeding ticket this summer.
Texas officers caught him speeding in north Texas on July 28th. When they pulled him over, he told them he had a gun in his car.