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I have a class B mis for theft by check ( more than 20 less than 500 ) what is going to happen when I go to court they got me for MTR!

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Bbydoll. MTR sounds like a good thing to me. If the prosecutor revoked your bail, doesn't that mean they are sure you will appear in court voluntarily? The court enjoys charging you all kinds of fines and they will be steep. Your crime is minor, sounds like probation and community service to me.

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I was wrong about the MTR, totally. Oops, sorry. It is a bad thing.
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Motion to Revoke (MTR) is when a prosecutor or victim of a crime may appeal the court to cancel or withdraw the bond set for a criminal defendant. The bond or bail bond makes sure that the appearance of the defendant in court through the completion of a criminal trial.

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