Judge ends house arrest, curfew requirement for Michelle Troconis

Superior Court Judge John Blawie has ended Michelle Troconis’ house arrest and curfew requirement as part of her bond release.
Troconis is out on $2.1 million bond. She faces several charges, including conspiracy to commit murder, in the death of Jennifer Dulos.
Troconis' attorney argued to have four of her bond conditions removed. Blawie granted two and denied two.
Troconis must still wear a GPS ankle monitor, and she still can't travel outside Connecticut without court permission.
Her attorney, Jon Schoenhorn, filed a motion Monday, before this ruling came down, asking the state appellate court to intervene.
He tells News 12, “It appears Judge Blawie is splitting the baby.”
Schoenhorn called it “a thoughtful legal memorandum,” but says he will continue to ask the appellate court to review the GPS monitoring requirement.
“We believe there is an insufficient basis to require the ankle bracelet," he says.
Troconis' next court hearing is set for next Thursday.