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  • Don't understand ruling: PD RELIEVED BY COURT

    What does PD RELIEVED BY COURT mean?

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    re: Don't understand ruling: PD RELIEVED BY COURT

    in what context--what does the rest say?

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    • #3
      re: Don't understand ruling: PD RELIEVED BY COURT

      it was listed in a hearing history as pd/rel/court as well as bond forfeture and fail to appear. This was a hearing for a criminal case.

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      • #4
        re: Don't understand ruling: PD RELIEVED BY COURT

        I would take a shot and say its "Public Defender" relieved by court. Either the PD requested to be removed from the case, the suspect requested the PD be removed or the court was unhappy with the PD and forced their removal (very unlikely).

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