Judge: Michelle Troconis must remain in Connecticut if she posts bond

Troconis had asked to leave the state because she gave the court a Florida address and had met all bail requirements for four years while awaiting trial.

Marissa Alter and Rose Shannon

Mar 14, 2024, 4:34 PM

Updated 32 days ago

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A judge informed Michelle Troconis Thursday that she must remain in Connecticut if she is able to post her $6 million bond before sentencing on May 31.
A remote hearing was held after the prosecution filed a motion to further limit her bond release conditions.
Troconis remains at York Correctional Institution on a $6 million bond.
Troconis' attorney Jon Schoenhorn said his client is not in a position to post bond.
Once she is able to, Troconis will have to post bond at the Stamford courthouse.
During the hearing, Troconis was told she must be on house arrest and have more intensive electronic monitoring than just GPS.
Troconis had asked to leave the state because she gave the court a Florida address and had met all bail requirements for four years while awaiting trial.
Troconis' expired Venezuelan passport, which was in Schoenhorn's possession, was turned over as well.


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