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B/O may mean that the defendant has "bonded out." That means he or a bail bond company has posted monetary bond to ensure that the defendant shows up in court.
It could also mean that the defendant was "bound over" from the General Session Court to the Circuit Court or Criminal Court (depending on the county) for trial. That means that the General Session Court found probable cause to believe that a crime was committed and probable cause that the defendant committed the crime.
He may have received a sentence on a crime and is to be released in 11-10, but he may be awaiting trial on the other counts.
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