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    Default If Bond is Revoked Do You Still Have to Make Installment Payments

    My question involves criminal law for the state of: Florida
    I am currently paying installments on my son's bond when the judge revolked it during a docket call. Do I still need to make the installments?

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    Default Re: If Bond is Revoked Do You Still Have to Make Installment Payments

    You'll have to discuss that with whoever you're making the payments to. If it is the court, perhaps not. If it is a private bonding company, unlikely they'll let you out.

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    Default Re: If Bond is Revoked Do You Still Have to Make Installment Payments

    Was the bond simply revoked, or was it also declared forfeit? Was it through a private bonding company?

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    Default Re: If Bond is Revoked Do You Still Have to Make Installment Payments

    it was revolked and it is through a private agency

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