LAUDERDALE COUNTY, AL (WAFF) - A convicted murderer may be able to go home until his sentencing date.
A Lauderdale County judge granted Raymond Clemmons a $500,000 bond Wednesday morning.
A jury convicted Clemmons of killing his cousin, Jerry Ivy.
Clemmons has been in jail since he was arrested for the murder in 2012.
If Clemmons posts the bond, he will have to wear an ankle monitor until his sentencing date on Oct. 8.