Yes. Unless your attorney get it reduced.
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The bond allows you to remain free while the case is pending and is paid to the court; the attorney is being paid to defend you; two different things; you have to pay for both; if you want the attorney to try to get the bond reduced, you are asking him to put in more time, so the attorneys fees will go up.
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