Typically yes, but to be certain you should discuss this with your attorney. If you don't have an attorney, now is the time to get one because you obviously have a pending charge and you now also have a concern that should be addressed with your attorney. If you can't afford an attorney you should apply with the Bucks County Public Defender's Office. A criminal defense attorney will be able to further represent you in your case and also make sure that you are able to leave the state by discussing/confirming your bail conditions with the magisterial district judge or common pleas judge that granted you ROR bail. If you were placed on pre-trial services of any kind, your pretrial supervisor should be informed to be safe.
Discuss with an attorney to be safe before you go anywhere. The last thing you want is to be back in jail for a minor violation of a bail condition.
It should not be a problem as long as you attend any and all court dates. Double check with the clerk of courts or (better still) with your attorney to make sure the court did not impose any other conditions on your release. Good luck!
I believe you should not have problem unless there were conditons placed on the release. It is a good idea to ask your attorney or call for a free consultation giving this attorney all the information.
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