Moyse gets bond reduced from $300000 to Personal Recognizance.

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April, 2013

In early April 2013, Montgomery Criminal attorney David Moyse convinced a district court judge to change his clients bond from $300k to an unsecured personal bond.

– meaning that the client was released from jail without paying any money. The defendant faces felony sex offenses, and was apprehended after leading police on a chase that required helicopters to find him in the woods.



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