What is a Bond Report?
If an individual is held in custody, the court may order a bond report to determine bond. A bond report provides the Judge background information, such as, residence, employment education, prior criminal record and social background information. The bond report information helps the Judge determine what type of bond to set (recognizance, Pretrial Bond Supervision or cash).

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1. What is a Bond Report?
2. What is Pretrial Bond Supervision?
3. How long will I be on Pretrial Bond Supervision?
4. How often must I report to Pretrial Services?
5. What does having a curfew mean?
6. Can the conditions of bond be modified?
7. What happens if I violate conditions of my bond?
8. How can I contact Pretrial Bond Supervision?