Rapper Ralo has been granted a $250,000 bond by the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia Atlanta Division. Ralo has been behind bars since 2018 when he was arrested on four federal counts of conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute, and possession with intent to distribute over 100 kilograms of marijuana.
Ralo is scheduled to be released on July 10. Court documents state that he will be under supervised release with tons of restrictions. Ralo is ordered to live at a "designated rental property and is restricted to twenty-four-hour-a-day lockdown at the residence except for medical necessities, court appearances, or other activities specially approved by the Court." Additionally, he is "required to submit to location monitoring as directed by Pretrial Services and comply with all of the program requirements and instructions provided." Ralo's communication to any third party is prohibited, including "any cellular device, telephone number, email account, teleconferencing or videoconferencing account, or social media platform that has not been disclosed in advance and approved by Pretrial Services."