Phillip D. Law asked for his bail to be reduced from $1 million, but 4th District Judge Sam Hoagland denied the request earlier this month.
Law, 30, is charged in the stabbing death of Humberto Herrera, 35, of Hailey, behind the Torch Lounge last Oct. 16.
Law and Parley L. Ward, 32, left in a vehicle after lounge security officers broke up a fight outside the Main Street club but returned and confronted Herrera and another man a second time.
Ward allegedly grabbed Herrera from behind, placed him in a choke hold and fatally stabbed him in the chest, prosecutors said previously.
Law, who is charged with aiding and abetting first-degree murder, aiding and abetting aggravated battery and use of a deadly weapon, allegedly attacked the second man, a Boise man in his 20s. That man got away and was later treated for injuries at an area hospital.
Ward is charged with first-degree murder and use of a deadly weapon. He is also being held on $1 million bail.
Both men, who are set to go to trial March 7, are being held at the Ada County Jail.
Witnesses told Boise police Thursday that the fight began over a taxi cab.
The two suspects ran from the club and a police officer responding to the scene saw two men matching the suspects’ description walking near North 28th and West Idaho streets. The men ran when the officer approached.
A police dog located the men behind nearby Whittier Elementary School. They had blood on their clothing and Ward had a knife with blood on it, prosecutors said.