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Legal Information: Tennessee
36-3-615. Notice to victim of arrestees eligibility to post bond
(a) After a person has been arrested for assault pursuant to Section 39-13-101, aggravated assault pursuant to Section 39-13-102, against a victim as defined in Section 36-3- 601(11), domestic assault pursuant to Section 39-13-111, or violation of a protective order pursuant to Section 39-13-113, the arresting officer shall inform the victim that the person arrested may be eligible to post bond for the offense and be released until the date of trial for the offense.
(b) Subsection (a) is solely intended to be a notification provision, and no cause of action is intended to be created thereby.
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