Prosecutor Richard Rousseau looks at defense attorney Stephanie Patten during Tonya Couch's bond reduction hearing Monday, Jan. 11, 2016, in court in Fort Worth, Texas. (David Kent/Star-Telegram via AP, Pool)
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The mother of a Texas teenager who used an "affluenza" defense for a deadly wreck is expected to leave jail soon after a judge on Monday sharply reduced her bond.Couch will be required to wear the electronic ankle monitor and remain at the home of her 29-year-old son Steven McWilliams, except for appointments with her doctor and lawyer.Ethan, 18, killed four people in a 2013 crash and was facing allegations that he violated his probation.Tonya Couch was brought back to Texas last week after first being taken to Los Angeles.Tonya and Ethan Couch were found a few weeks after disappearing.
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