Helsinki District Court has released Jesse Torniainen on his own recognisance, it was announced on Wednesday.
One of the founders of the extreme right-wing Finnish Resistance Movement, Torniainen stands accused of involuntary manslaughter and assault following an attack on a bystander at a demonstration by the neo-Nazi group outside Helsinki Central Railway Station last month.
The victim died of his injuries about a week after the incident. Torniainen was remanded in custody on September 21 after reportedly turning himself in to authorities.
The court said that Torniainen could be a flight risk and ordered a travel ban as part of conditions for his release.