Legal Question in Criminal Law in Texas

do not detain?

Have you ever heard of a status called ''do not d etain'' ? Supposedly it is used in the protection of police informants, it also is supposedly used for the purposes of keeping persons involved in larger investigations out of jail. Is there a ''do not detain'' status? What is it? Is any of this true? If so, who would have access to this type of information?

Asked on 9/02/08, 11:29 am

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Stephen Gustitis Criminal Defense Lawyer
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Re: do not detain?

Contact local law enforcement or your county prosecutor. They can possibly answer this question for you.

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9/04/08, 11:11 am

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