He will be wearing a GPS and has surrendered his passport. He can't go 20 miles from where he will be staying in West Hartford, Connecticut without permission of the court. He is barred from contact with his wife Mary Margaret Farren, whom he tried to kill, and his two children.
Here is coverage by Lorena Mongelli in the New York Post.
This was just one of the crimes which have rocked posh Fairfield County, Connecticut. It's a wonderland of good schools and quaint main streets.
Scandals go all the way back to the Martha Moxley murder in Greenwich. Convicted killer Michael Skakel is having a new trial.
Then there was the infamous insider trading conviction of former McKinsey head Rajat Gupta who is serving two years in federal prison. He had been lord of the manor of a mansion in Westport.
In prison died head of St. John's Catholic Church in Darien Father Jude Fay. He had embezzled church funds, squandering the money on gay parties and designer hair styling.
Who will be next to bring shame to what has been called The Gold Coast of Connecticut?
Federal prosecutors might be hoping it will be head of SAC Steve Cohen. He's based in Greenwich. Meanwhile the media will have the Skakel trial for dark entertainment. Count on the Kennedys to be there.