ADA
bail refunds

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  1. How do I get my bail back?
  2. How long will it take?
  3. Who does the court mail the bail refund to?
  4. If my address has changed, how do I tell the court?
  1. How do I get my bail money back?

    The bail refund will be mailed to the depositor (the person who deposited the money with the Court).

  2. How long will it take?

    The bail refund will be mailed within 30 business days after the disposition of the case, or 30 business days after the order of exoneration.

  3. Who does the court mail the bail refund to?

    The bail refund will be mailed to the depositor (the person who deposited money with the Court). The depositor is the person who signed the personal check, money order, or cashier’s check.

  4. If my address has changed, how do I tell the court?

    When you go to court, tell the Deputy, Commissioner or Clerk that your address has changed. Or, you can send a letter to the court telling them about your change of address.
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