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The bond was for ND, not the matter in SD. However, there should have been no bond at all if they knew he had to go to SD and as this is the case, it is grounds to file a motion in the court to return the bond based on the fact that the bond was impossible to perform as there was no way he could be released.
The attorneys you spoke to are correct, the public defenders
are so busy they do not have time to deal with all of the cases they have, even though most are indeed very competent attorneys. In this case, it is not a standard case and you need his attorney to go to court to file a motion to release the bond based on him having to go in custody to SD and the bond being impossible to perform and get the court to order the return of your bond money to you. If the public defender will not do so, then you have to get him a new attorney to do so as that is the only way they will get the money back to you.
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