It is not really CLEAR what you are asking.
It seems you are asking "he ask that her bond be revoked".
Put another way, he is asking that her bond be revoked...
First, he cannot "revoke" her bond. Only the Court can do that
but there has to be a reason - for example, the defendant fails to show up
for a hearing OR there is a new serious criminal offense.
What might really be going on here is HE posted the bond,
AND he doesn't want her to benefit from it, that is, being out
of the jail.
However, the REAL issue will be when the case is resolved:
He does not have to agree that the bond be used for any court costs, or
attorney liens, etc.
However, this is a bit complicated and in this forum, I don't feel I
can give advice.
The "boyfriend" needs to contact an attorney to discuss this, someone local, preferably.
Once the bond is posted he isn't getting it back. She doesn't need to worry about that. The only problems she will have is he may tell police lies about her to get her arrested. This is where having a lawyer on deck is handy to deal with his lies.
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