Checking with whomever holds the bond might be the first step.
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You really should know if you are on the bond. Having said that, check with the bond holder. You can also check with the clerk of courts and see the bond. Leaving the state without the permission of the court will certainly be a problem. Some bonds require the offender to stay in the county. No, you are not responsible if the person leaves, they are. Review the terms of the bond because if you are on the bond and the person violates you will forfeit whatever is in those terms. Good Luck
You would check the bail receipt that would be the best move.
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