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Q: What is a super minute sheet filled by state

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A: Law enforcement agencies use a super minute sheet to document the details of a criminal arrest. It is typically used in misdemeanor cases where the defendant is not jailed.

The super minute sheet includes the defendant's name, date of birth, address, and contact information. It also includes the arrest date and time, the charges filed, and the bond amount. The arresting officer will also sign and date the super minute sheet.

The super minute sheet is used by the court to track the case's progress and to ensure that the defendant appears in court for their scheduled hearings.

In some jurisdictions, the super minute sheet is also used to provide the defendant with information about their rights, such as the right to remain silent and the right to an attorney.

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