Rock singer Tim Lambesis, accused of trying to hiring a hit man to kill his estranged wife, left San Diego County jail in Vista on Thursday, after posting $2 million bail.
Under conditions set by Superior Court Judge David Berry, Lambesis must wear a GPS monitor and stay away from his wife and their three children.
Lambesis, 32, lead singer for the Christian-themed band As I Lay Dying, is charged with trying to hire a hit man to kill his estranged wife, Meggan, who filed for divorce in September.
A readiness hearing is set for June 10 and a preliminary hearing for July 10.
Bail was initially set at $3 million. At a bail hearing, Lambesis attorney Tom Warwick, who had argued for a lower bail amount, said that Lambesis' thinking had been affected by his steroid use.