March 27, 2015

Criminal Defense: Intent Not Required for Bail Jump 2 Conviction

Missing a criminal court date is serious. A person is guilty of bail jumping in the second degree when they have been released from custody in connection with a felony charge, and when they do not appear on the required date or within thirty days. Therefore, the People were not required to establish any culpable mental state to obtain a conviction. (Bail jumping in the second degree is a class E felony.).

People v. Hodge (1st Dep't)

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