The lawyers representing a former Adams County Prosecutor awaiting his second murder trial have requested that his bond be reduced.

Attorneys with the Exoneration Project representing Curtis Lovelace filed documents Tuesday in Adams County Circuit Court, asking that Lovelace’s bond be reduced from $5-million to $3.5 million dollars.

The documents filed Tuesday also reveal that the state does not oppose the bond reduction, as long as Lovelace is subject to home confinement.

Lovelace is accused of murdering his wife Corey in 2006. His first trial in February resulted in a hung jury.

A pre-trial hearing is set for June 17th, with the second trial scheduled to begin July 25th.