Davis can be under house arrest until his June trial with electronic monitoring as long as he can post bail, the judge decided Tuesday, the Associated Press reported.
Davis faces a bail request of no more than $100,000, per his state-appointed attorneys Robert Arroyo and Charles Cano, who said the 60-year-old’s declining health and recent bout with cancer pose a lack of flight risk.
However, prosecutors argued Davis is a threat, pointing to a recorded jail call mentioning a “green light” as an alleged permission to kill. They also indicated that police investigations and a 2019 tell-all memoir were enough evidence to convict him of the alleged crime.
Davis’s legal team disputes