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14A District Court is committed to ensuring access to court records.
Judges and magistrates make decisions only based on the information that is presented to them.
Here is what was available to the magistrate on June 7, 2021, at the time Mr. Le-Nguyen was arraigned and his bond was set:
People v. Ryan Le-Nguyen Law Enforcement Bond Information Form, Felony Complaint and Warrant Form
When more information, or different information is presented, the court may change its orders accordingly.
Here are the motions filed by the Washtenaw County Prosecuting Attorney, and the response filed by Mr. Le-Nguyen's Attorney:
Emergency Motion to Revoke/Vacate Bond
Defendant's Response to the People's Emergency Motion to Revoke Bond
People's Motion for Immediate Consideration of Their Motion to Revoke Bond