What are the conditions of a bond?

The following conditions apply:

  • You must appear at all court hearings as ordered.
  • You must notify the Clerk of Court's office of any change in your address in writing within 48 hours of changing your address.
  • You must not commit any crimes.
  • You must not directly or indirectly threaten, harass, intimidate, or otherwise interfere with victims or witnesses in the case.
  • Any other conditions as appear on the bond you signed. (For example: no alcohol, no weapons, no contact with named people. See your bond for all conditions.)

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