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Q: Arrested for missing court and released on bail set without personal appearance. Is this challengable

Apparently being pro se and trying to rescedule court on further hearing activated a warrant and upon my arrest it was without my appearance a bond was set two days later but i wasnt notified in jail for 6 days. Originally out on own recognance, seems it was staged for cash bond

Julie Fowler
Julie Fowler answered on Jul 24, 2019

There isn't enough information to answer. It could be. It is common for a party to sign a paper with the next hearing date when released. Sometimes people don't even remember or really notice the hearing date when they sign this. This isn't mandatory and there are also other ways for a notice... Read more »

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Q: I was charged with disturbing the peace .what is usual penalty..complaining party has left town
Ryan P. Sullivan
Ryan P. Sullivan answered on May 13, 2011

In Nebraska, Disturbing the Peace is a Class III Misdemeanor, which carries a penalty of up to 3 months in jail and up to a $500 fine.

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