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I am very sorry to hear that you are going through such a tough situation.
Unfortunately, we as citizens have no direct control over which cases the government chooses to prosecute, how they choose to prosecute them, or how the judge rules on certain things such as allowing bond, sentencing, evidence objections, etc.
Even though the warrant may have said "no bond," that does not bind the judge now hearing the case to allow it. Unfortunately, he has that discretion.
That being said, if you are afraid of this person, you should get a civil protective (or restraining) order against her. This will order her to stay away from you. If she fails to comply, they will throw her in jail. CLICK HERE
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