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Criminal Practice – Bond Forfeiture – Motion to Set Aside – Late Attachments – Sanctions – Schools & School Boards (access required)

The surety’s failure to timely include the proper paperwork with its motion to set aside a bond forfeiture caused prejudice to the school board only to the extent of additional time required of its attorney. When the trial court agreed to the surety’s proposal that it pay the board’s attorney’s fees, this was consistent with ...

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