BOISE -- The man accused of murdering an attorney in a Meridian parking lot bonded out of jail.
Robert Hall was being held on a charge of first degree murder. He is accused of killing Emmett Corrigan during a confrontation in a Walgreen's parking lot on March 12, 2011. Corrigan was shot in the chest and the head.
Earlier this month, during his court arraignment, he was ordered to be held without bond. On Monday, bond was set at $1 million dollars. That bond was posted Tuesday night, according to the Ada County Sheriff's Office Web site.
Hall was employed by the Ada County Sheriff's Office to give technical support.