Tim Lambesis Seeking Return of Personal Items Seized in Murder-for-Hire Case
As I Lay Dying frontman Tim Lambesis will be back in court this week, as the singer's lawyer intends on asking for the return of certain items seized by law enforcement officials during their investigation into his murder-for-hire case.
The San Diego Reader reports that the frontman will return to court on Friday (Aug. 2) where it's expected that the judge will rule on which items requested may be returned to Lambesis and which will remain part of the investigation.
Back in May, the vocalist was arrested for allegedly soliciting an undercover police officer to commit a hit on his estranged wife. Meggan Lambesis filed for divorce in September 2012.
Lambesis is currently free on $2 million bond, though he must wear a GPS system that monitors his location and he has been ordered to stay away from his wife and three adopted children.
The musician has been charged with a felony solicitation to commit murder, which holds a maximum sentence of nine years. He's already entered a not guilty plea.