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Estatutos Legales: Wyoming

ACTUALIZADA 23 de diciembre, 2016

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Article 5. Prevention of Crime

back to top7-3-502. Examination of party complained against; recognizance to keep peace

When the party complained against appears before the judge the testimony produced on both sides shall be heard if the allegations of the complaint are controverted. If, upon examination, it appears to the judge that there is no probable cause to believe that the offense will be committed, the person complained against shall be discharged. If, however, the judge finds that there is probable cause to believe that the offense will be committed, he shall order the person complained against to give a recognizance, with good and sufficient surety in the form of cash, bond or other property, in any sum the judge directs. The recognizance shall be conditioned that the person complained against shall keep the peace toward all people of this state, and especially towards the person against whom or whose property there is reason to believe the offense will be committed, for a period of time determined by the judge not exceeding twelve (12) months.

C.L. 1876, ch. 14, § 2; R.S. 1887, § 3157; R.S. 1899, § 5431; C.S. 1910, § 6302; C.S. 1920, § 7598; R.S. 1931, § 33-1402; C.S. 1945, § 10-102; W.S. 1957, § 7-59; Laws 1987, ch. 157, § 3.