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|State||Citation||Description/Statute Name||Question||Brief answer||Language from the opinion||When does the case apply?|
|Utah||Normal G. Angus, Informal Opinion No. 87-06, 1987 WL 272559, at *2-3 (July 15, 1987)||Informal Opinion No. 87-06||
Are the same procedural protections that are required in criminal proceedings required in civil collection/contempt proceedings arising from criminal justice debt when those proceedings may result in incarceration? What if+ See more
the proceedings may only result in additional fines or non-incarceration penalties?
|Unclear. Bail forfeiture proceedings do not provide the same safeguards. I am unsure if this can be extrapolated to collection proceedings.||
Bail forfeiture actions are civil in nature; criminal procedure safeguards are not implicated .In comparing the two approaches to nonappearancebail forfeiture versus contemptit becomes readily apparent that the contempt process presents+ See more
fewer obstacles of statutory construction and would be procedurally easier to effectuate.