What exactly does it mean when a bond has been “exonerated?”

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A bail bond will be “exonerated” when the defendant has appeared for all court dates as scheduled and their case is completed.  Additionally, neither those who provided collateral or the bail bonds company will have any further financial obligations to the court regarding to the defendant’s case.

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