An emergency hearing is set for Tuesday, Aug. 20th at 1:00 p.m. to determine if Kaitlyn Hunt will remain out of jail.
Judge Robert Pegg will hear a notice of violation of pretrial release conditions for Hunt.
The hearing will happen at the Indian River County Courthouse in Vero Beach according to the clerk.
This is when the State Attorney's Office and the Defense will go before the judge to discuss the pretrial release conditions and alleged violations.
The state attorney has filed a violation of the conditions because they claim Kaitlyn Hunt has had repeated contact with the victim in the case.
According to the clerk, there is no order revoking her bond as of now.
She will likely remain on bond until the judge makes a decision at Tuesday's hearing.
Meanwhile, Hunt's family says a new lawyer has joined their defense team.
William Korman, an attorney from Boston, told WPTV Friday he just flew in to work on the case.
Hunt's mother Kelley Hunt Smith posted to the Free Kait facebook page: ""
Hunt's father Steven Hunt wrote: ""
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