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Question: what does UNL DEAL CHILD on my court papers mean?

Answer:

You may want to contact your local court or police department to find out what the offense means. Different courts and different states may have different codes for offenses. The offense code ‘UNL Deal Child’ found on court documents can mean the unlawful dealing of a child. The laws relating to this offense vary from state to state.

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