Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman — the two associates of President Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani who were charged today with federal campaign finance violations — will be held in detention in Virginia until they each secure $1 million bond, a judge said.
That was the deal prosecutors and the men's defense attorneys reached this afternoon, and the judge agreed to it, sending them back into custody until court officials can approve their paperwork. Fruman will use his residence to secure the bond, while Parnas will use a business, attorneys involved in the case said.
Once released, they will be confined to their homes and wear GPS monitors. With approval, they can travel between the Southern District of Florida, where they live, and the Southern District of New York, where they're charged.
They have both surrendered their US passports — which were seized from them at Dulles Airport — and were ordered by the judge to turn over all other travel documents and passports they might have.
They pair are also not allowed to discuss the case with one another —though the judge noted that would be difficult to enforce.