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    what happens to the bond moneys paid at courts?

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    If you do not pay for your own bond in full, you pay around 10% to a bonding company who keeps that portion when your case is cleared. If you had someone pay it in full, you get all of it back (except a small administration fee)when the case is over.

    The balance buys toys for the court staff.



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