Noor Salman, 30, is currently locked up in solitary confinement in a jail close to her mother’s home in Rodeo, California, where she was arrested in January on charges of providing material support to a terrorist and obstruction of justice.
Just one of many hardships for the poor dear. Her lawyer is contesting her imprisonment; a California judge initially ordered her to be released on bond as of March 2nd, but that ruling was overturned by a Florida judge:
In his written decision, Byron said Judge Donna Ryu had ‘unduly minimize[d] the Defendant’s admitted knowledge of Mateen’s own extremist and violent views, his preparation for the attack, and the Defendant’s admission that Mateen departed the family home on June 11, 2016, armed with an assault weapon and ammunition.’
So her lawyer's filed an appeal, which will be heard tomorrow. Ideally, she'll stay behind bars until she's moved back to Orlando, stay behind bars there until her trial's over, and stay behind bars for quite a while thereafter.