Despite recommendations from the District Attorney, bail for Justin Blodgett was reduced yesterday from $100,000, to $10,000. Blodgett is facing a felony manslaughter charge relating to the death of Raymond Terrill, who died after the two were reportedly involved in a fight last week in Craig. Blodgett’s lawyer said Terrill’s wife approved of the bond reduction and said she would like to see Blodgett return home to his wife and three children. Blodgett’s attorney also told the judge Blodgett has a job in Grand Junction and the support of his family who were in attendance at the court hearing. After the bail was reduced, Blodgett was able to bond out and was released. Once Blodgett returns to Grand Junction, he will be fitted with a GPS monitor and be required to take blood alcohol and urine analysis tests. Blodgett’s next hearing is scheduled for May 9th.