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WHEN A BOND IS DISCHARGED


1. A bail bond is discharged or cleared if the defendant appears and is found to be guilty, the charge is dismissed or nolle prosequi, or the charge is retired or remanded to the files.
    
2. A bail bond is discharged or cleared if the defendant is tried in abstanta and is found to be guilty and sentenced thereon.

3.  A bail bond is discharged or cleared when the defendant is present in Court and either pleads guilty and sentence is pronounced thereon.

            NOTE: When a defendant  appears before a Court and enters a plea of guilty
                         and the amount of fine is entered into the Court records, the bond is
                         discharged. A bail bond, per Ms Code of 1972, Section 99-5-25,
                         guarantees the appearance of the defendant only - it does not
                         guarantee the payment of fines or costs.

4. A bail bond is discharged or cleared either when the defendant is surrendered by the bail agent in open Court or to the proper jail or Sheriff as required by MS Code of 1972, Section 99-5-27.

5. A bail bond is discharged or cleared when a defendant is placed on a non-adjudication sentence.
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