Your the one who takes care of the dog will you go to jail
Moving to criminal defense category as I suspect moving without notifying the bonding agent could be grounds for bond revocation or other implications of which us mere civil attorneys are unaware.
On the other hand, law enforcement almost inevitably declines to get involved in ownership disputes relating to pets as such property ownership disputes are matters for the civil courts.
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It depends if they make up a criminal charge like theft. You would still be able to bond out. Probably a civil matter and the police would do nothing.
The police normally decline to get involved in animal ownership disputes. Relax, if you can.
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