(d) (i) The judge may not release a person arrested for a qualified offence before the person`s first appearance before the competent court for the offence for which the person was arrested, unless the arrested person consents in writing or the judge orders, as a condition of release, until the appearance of the arrested person at the first appearance before the court; The arrested person will not be retained: * An admission of guilt or no challenge to a domestic violence offense in Utah, kept on leave, corresponds to a conviction, even if the charge was later reduced or dismissed in accordance with the plea in the leave agreement. UCA 77-36-1.2. (i) the alleged offender has entered into a written agreement on compliance with the conditions of release; or (2) (a) In the event of arrest for a qualified offence and before the person is released on bail, recognition or otherwise, the person may not personally contact the alleged victim. 5. Except as provided in subsection 4 or otherwise ordered by a court, a release agreement or court order expires at midnight after the arrested person`s first scheduled appearance before the court referred to in subsection (3) (d) (i). (8) (a) If a prosecuting officer likely has reason to believe that a person has breached a release agreement or release order, the officer shall arrest the person without an arrest warrant. (3) (a) following the arrest of a person for a qualified offence, the person may not be released before: At the time of the first appearance of an offender, the court shall determine whether there is a need for the application of a pre-judicial protection order or other condition of pre-judicial release, including, but not limited to, participation in an electronic or other monitoring program; and shall set out its findings and findings in writing. (b) any person who knowingly violates an order of the Prison Liberation Court or a full prison release agreement under paragraph 3 is guilty of the following: (ii) the judge orders the conditions of release; (e) the availability and effect of any waiver of the conditions of release; and (ii) unless extended above, the exemption agreement expires at midnight on the day on which the arrested person is scheduled to appear at his or her first appearance. 9. A person arrested for a qualified offence, which constitutes a criminal offence, and released in accordance with this Section may subsequently be detained without bail if there is essential evidence to support a new offence against the person. 4.
(a) If a person accused of a qualified offence does not appear by the date set by the judge referred to in point (d) of paragraph 3, the person shall comply with the conditions for release described in point (d)(i) of paragraph 3 until the person appears for the first time. After an arrest for domestic violence, the offender may not be released under the following conditions: (a) the conditions of release described in subsections (3) to (5) and the notification that the alleged offender will not be released before appearing before the competent court for the offence for which the accused was arrested, except: (iii) before the release of the arrested person, to give the arrested person a copy of the prison release agreement or prison release order. .