Today I had a hearing on Daniel’s case to reduce his bond. The court granted my motion and released him to the services of Pre-Trial Release. He should be out of custody sometime today or tomorrow. #

The motion presented by Blank to Judge Cynthia Imperato argues that: #

The Defendant is not charged with a capital crime or an offense punishable by life imprisonment. Defendant’s bonds were increased due to the nature of the charges which Defendant has information to show were falsely alleged. The increase of his bonds goes to show nothing more than a discriminatory practice against those allegedly infected by HIV. #

The Broward state attorney’s office has not yet filed any charges, according to Blank. “I have a call into the State Attorney case filer, but have received no response yet,” he writes. #

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