During the hearing, the judge agreed to release Briston on house arrest -- she'll stay with her mother and won't be allowed to leave the home for anything other than court. She'll be required to wear an ankle monitor.
Prosecutors said Pryor did not object to the release -- and noted that Terrelle was campaigning for her release during a hearing last week ... saying, "Let her out."
Pryor and Briston had dated for about a year before the stabbing. Pryor is also facing a misdemeanor assault charge from the incident. A witness told cops he fought with Briston before he was stabbed.