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What does Affidavit of Surety to Surrender mean?

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  1. Are you being asked to sign this kind of Affidavit?

    If you read it carefully, it likely says that you agree to appear for your court dates, and that you can afford to pay for the costs, fines and fees associated with the charge that is pending. It is usually needed to lift a warrant. Read it carefully, and you may want to hire an attorney to handle this.

  2. Mr. Aragon is correct.. This type of Affidavit is normally associated with a bondsman changing or withdrawing from a bond. Contact the bondman immeadiately.

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