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David B. Shapiro

Murray Criminal Defense Attorney.

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  1. If my bond has been exonerated am i done going to court

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Philip Laurence Wormdahl
    2. David B. Shapiro
    3. James Edward Jones
    3 lawyer answers

    Bonds can be exonerated for a number of reasons, the most common being when your court case has been resolved either with a dismissal of the charge, a guilty plea and sentence, an agreement to hold a guilty plea suspended, or an agreement to defer prosecution. Generally in these situations you would only need to go back to court if you failed to do something that the court ordered such as pay a fine or show proof that you had completed community service, counseling or the like. But, be...

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  2. What does a class b and class d misdemeanor involve for a 14 year old in the state of Utah?

    Answered over 2 years ago.

    1. Philip Laurence Wormdahl
    2. David B. Shapiro
    3. James Edward Jones
    3 lawyer answers

    The other answers correctly identified that there is no such thing as a Class D Misdemeanor in Utah. If a Class B misdemeanor were charged and your son were an adult, the information given would be correct. But since your step-son is a juvenile, if it were determined that charges were appropriate, a Petition would be filed in the Juvenile court and your step-son's parents would be served with an order requiring them and him to either come to court and meet with a Juvenile probation worker or...

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