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can a judge revoke your bond because the cosinger wanted there name off it . And the judge did it without the bondsman .And i was in court . Put me back in jail and made me bond out a second time on the same charges ?

Asked on May 6, 2009 under Criminal Law, Tennessee

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Answered 12 years ago | Contributor

Sure. If the judge would not have granted bail without the second personal guarantor on the bond, and the second guarantor wants off, as a condition to letting the second guarantor off the bond the judge could and should revoke bail.

There are both financial and a personal guarantor aspects to bail and bonds. When a guarantor wants off, that suggests to a judge that something is fishy.


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