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I had an appearance bond in Arapahoe county Colorado and then

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I had an appearance bond in Arapahoe county Colorado and then received a setting slip for appearing on my agreed upon a date, the set slip now has my new court date can I leave the state as long as I am back for the new court date? How will the court know if I do leave am I in some sort of database that would get me arrested if I fly?

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As long as there are no restrictions imposed by the court or by your bond on your leaving the state or country, you may fly. There is no database kept that will prevent you from flying, so you won't get arrested at the airport, and there won't be any trouble as long as you show up to your next court appearance as required.




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Customer: replied 5 years ago.
on my bond it states additional conditions and one them states that you cannot leave the state however under that paragraph there is a line for intitials which was told -not- to initial
Okay, so then it sounds like you can leave -they did not initial the paragraph concerning the restriction on leaving the state, meaning it is not applicable to you.
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