Robert Miller, charged with murder, will be released on a personal recognizance bond

SAN ANGELO - Robert Miller, 45, was charged in 2005 for murdering his wife, Michelle Miller. Now, Robert is being released on a personal recognizance bond, according to court documents. This decision was made by the court. 

A personal recognizance bond means that Miller must promise to return for court.

Other condition are: he must wear an ankle monitor, be on house arrest, report daily, and have no contact with the co-defendant, his common law wife, LuDonna Yoder, also known as LuDonna Miller. 

Robert was arrested in March of this year by Tom Green County Sheriff's Office. 

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