Thank you for your additional information.
The court has a right to increase bond only upon proof that he might be continuing to act in the same manner and continues to commit the same crimes or if he has new charges added to him. However, he is entitled to now go back to the court and argue against the increase in bond with the judge showing he has complied with the terms of his bond and is not continuing to engage in criminal
conduct alleged and the court usually will reinstate his previous bond. The reason for the bond increase sounds (since I cannot see his case file) like the DA just wants him held on higher bond and the DA has to prove that he is continuing to offend or he is a danger to society.
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