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business law - 2008-10-01 Book focus on definitions, class...

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05:19 Book focus on definitions, class focuses on procedures Three ways to get someone out of jail: Cash bond—put up all the money in cash, will get it back when defendant shows  up to court. Bail bondsman—must put up 12% of the bail to give to bondsman and you will  not get this back every. Property Bond—putting up land When arrested the cops book you; not charged yet. DA decides what criminal you will be charged with. Two ways to be formally charged: Bill of Information     — piece of paper that is filled out with your name and what you  are charged with. In Louisiana, this is the most common. Grand Jury Preceding     —If charging someone with something like a death penalty  you must get a grand jury indictment who decides whether or not there is  sufficient evidence to charge you (indictment) – they are not finding you guilty or  not guilty. 
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2008 for the course BLAW 3201 taught by Professor Fry during the Spring '08 term at LSU.

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