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What does this mean: "Bond Cancellation Sent To Surety"?

And why would that happen to someone? And if it's not obvious from your answer to these questions, is this a good thing, or bad thing?

Location: FL

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Quality Contributor3 points · 4 years ago

I've got some ideas what this could be about, but I'll need more detail to be sure:

Is this in a criminal case?

Did the Defendant recently do one of the following: a) not show up to Court, b) get sentenced, c) get arrested again? (Please indicate which one)

Where did you see the language "Bond Cancellation Sent to Surety?"

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Original Poster1 point · 4 years ago

Thanks for the reply. It's a criminal case, where the defendant got arrested. I saw this on the court record search result under the docket information. I assume this person did not show up, as I also see 'defendant absent' on the docket.

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Quality Contributor2 points · 4 years ago

Is the Defendant currently in custody?

If so, it means that the bondsman is no longer on the hook.

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Original Poster1 point · 4 years ago

Ok got it. Thanks.

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