Tim Lambesis has been allowed out of his home to attend therapy, while awaiting trial for attempting to hire a hit man to kill his wife.
Superior Court Judge Kimberlee Lagotta has signed an order saying that Lambesis, singer with As I Lay Dying, is allowed to attend physical therapy sessions to help him recover from a neck injury. He's seeing a self-proclaimed "Holistic Health Practitioner" and orthopaedic group for an unspecified length of time, according to the San Diego Reader.
Lambesis was arrested in May after offering $20,000 to an undercover cop to kill his estranged wife during their divorce. They had been married for nine years and have three adopted children.
While the evidence against Lambesis appears strong, the singer insists that there's more to reveal which will explain his actions. "Some day I will be able to tell the story of all that has happened in detail to get the facts straight and representing the many sides to this fairly complex story," he wrote on his blog.
Lambesis' next court date is on September 16 when the prosecutor will present evidence for the judge to order the case to a full trial.