Prosecutors move to modify Rittenhouse's bond after he was seen flashing white power signs at Mt. Pleasant bar
They filed paperwork on Wednesday, Jan. 13.
The request comes after Rittenhouse was spotted in a Racine County bar with his mother last week after his arraignment.
Rittenhouse is charged with shooting three men, killing two of them, during the unrest in Kenosha last August.
He is currently free on a $2 million cash bond.
"It’s definitely not a good look for a person to have killed two people and severely injured my client to be hanging out in a bar," Attorney Kimberley Motley said.
Motley represents Gaige Grosskreutz, who was severely injured in the August shooting.
"I’m glad that the prosecutor is bringing forth these bond modifications," she continued. "I’m pleased that they’re not objecting to these bond modifications and I certainly hope that moving forward that we won’t see him that same situation.”
A hearing on the bond modifications has not yet been set.
Rittenhouse’s final pre-trial hearing is on March 10.
Jury selection for trial is set for March 29.