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The fact that there was paperwork found among your son's things indicating that he had bonded out may not be sufficient to establish anything more than the fact that your son had bonded out on his case. It does not have to mean that bounty hunters came into your home at any point, as it would not be irregular at all for your son to have a copy of the terms of his bond with which he would have been expected to comply. In fact, it would have been typical.
There would be no criminal statute of limitations on this crime in Maryland, so theoretically you could take what you have to the police and/or prosecutor and see if they would be willing to reopen your case. The civil statute of limitations was three years from the incident.
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