Yes you can tell the court you wish to represent yourself no way to know if bond will be revoked.
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I personally have never heard of a judge revoking a bond for not hiring an attorney. You have a right to represent yourself, but I strongly advise against it. The analogy that I use is playing a sport that you have never played before, where you don't know or understand the rules, and against a pro in that sport. What are your chances?
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