Being a Surety

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What if I don’t want to be a surety anymore?

 

You can stop being a surety at any time. If you don’t want to be a surety anymore, you can go back to the courthouse and ask to be removed as surety. If you are removed as surety, the accused (if they are with you) will go back to jail or a warrant will be issued for their arrest (if they are not with you).

Read more information about removing yourself as surety.