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Provided you don't miss a court date, you become eligible to get the bond back at your final hearing/disposition of the case. However, they will not give it to you in the courtroom. If I remember correctly, you'll have to go to the Court Clerk's office and fill out paperwork to get the bond back....I was given the bond back while at the Clerk's office, just after filling out the paperwork. Keep in mind that it may take a day or two for the court proceeding and outcome to be filed with the clerk.
There will be court costs if the Judge assesses court costs (I wasn't). There should be a form to ask that any court costs to be waived. When you apply for the return of the bond, ask about that form.
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Last edited by patchouli; 03-24-2017 at 08:24 AM..
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Yikes, that might be at least six months. I guess if it's dismissed with prejudice (I get the two mixed up) I'd get it back after my first court date where it might be dismissed. Praying. Thank you for all your help
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