TULSA - A Tulsa woman accused in her husband's high-rise death was again released from jail Tuesday.
Amber Hilberling was released from the Tulsa County Jail after a bond hearing. A judge granted Hilberling's defense attorneys' motion to reinstate her original bond of $250,000.
Hilberling's bond was revoked Dec. 1 after suspicion arose that she tampered with her GPS ankle monitor.
At the time, Hilberling's attorney said she was hospitalized, the battery died and she was unable to recharge it.
On Tuesday, the judge said if Hilberling further violated the conditions of her release she risks being held without bond until the completion of her trial.
The conditions of her release require she remain at home at all times, monitored with a GPS ankle monitor, with exception of doctors appointments and those of her minor child. She may also visit her attorney's office, appear in court, church and her place of employment.
Hilberling must also undergo random drug and alcohol testing.
The 20-year-old is awaiting trial after her husband, Joshua Hilberling, died in June when he fell from a window at the couple's 25th-floor apartment.
In October, a judge ruled Hilberling would stand trial after prosecutors called seven witnesses during her preliminary hearing, including the apartment manager and emergency personnel who said Hilberling repeatedly admitted pushing her husband through the window.
She faces charges of manslaughter and second-degree murder.
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