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Melissa virus: Smith to remain on bail

David L. Smith's attorney of just 36 hours, Edward Borden, said today that he expects his client will remain free on bail following his arraignment Thursday.
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Written by Alex Wellen, Contributor on

David L. Smith's attorney of just 36 hours, Edward Borden, said today that he expects his client will remain free on bail following his arraignment Thursday. Smith, 30, of Aberdeen, N.J., was last week charged with allegedly spreading the Melissa virus and released on $100,000 (£61,000) bail. Borden, hired after Smith fired his previous attorney on Monday, said he didn't expect that the New Jersey attorney general would request that Smith's bail be revoked.

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