My husband was arrested at court on new felony charges but got a PR bond with supervised release but hasn't been released yet due to another case that needs to post bail and has a court date for setting on felony
If I understand your question correctly, a PR bond was authorized by the judge and the dollar amount of that bond was set. To bond out, your husband only needs to sign the bond paperwork. (If it is a co-signed PR bond, another person will also need to sign the bond documents.) Once the paperwork is completed, your husband has “bonded” on the case and needs to report to pre-trial release office. However, in your husband's situation, he will have to post bond in the other case before he will be released from jail.
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