The man arrested for threatening United States Congresswoman Martha McSally will undergo a psychological evaluation.
Steven Martan pleaded guilty last month.
He said he was just trying to vent his frustrations when he left the threatening voicemails from May 2, 2017, to May 10, 2017.
The U.S. District Court ordered the psychological evaluation to be conducted before he is sentenced.
The exam will cost up to $1,600, and the court ordered Martan to pay for some it.
It must be done within the next 30 days.
He faces up to two years in prison and nine months probation.