Very interesting case. If you stopped before a crime was committed you have a great case. That combined with a seious error on the date work in your favor. ROR is a distinct possibikity but not a guarantee. Keep up the self help workshoos.
More facts are needed. Hire a god criminal defense lawyer.
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If you were given a DAT and you show up for your arraignment on time, there is little reason for the court to impose bail since you are apparently not a flight risk.
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