Tuesday, April 12, 2016
Judge grants Conn's release
ase, however, comes at a price. Conn must pledge his Pikeville home to satisfy the $1.25 million bond placed on him. In addition, he is required to comply with three pages of conditions -- some usual in federal cases and other unique to Conn. In addition to the usual conditions of surrendering his passport, not using drugs or alcohol, not possessing a firearm or weapon, and not having any violations of law, Conn will be placed under home incarceration, is not allowed represent any client in a claim for state or federal benefits, is not allowed to appear in any federal case in the Eastern District of Kentucky, is not allowed to have any contact with witnesses or potential witnesses (including past employees), and is not allowed to discuss particulars of the case. Conn's home incarceration will be enforced by GPS monitoring.