Q: My son has a bond in angola indiana i am his mother i go to pay it. He cant leave.ahold in ohio they will not let him go
They will not let him go to ohio. says the jailor sargent so i can bond him out in ohio until i pay angola their bond they wont let him move forward until i pay angola he has a warrant in ohio we know this so why cant he leave angola he can if i pay but he is not allowed out of jail hewill sit in angola until i pay angolas bond so he can go to ohio in ohio he has no bond only a warrant. So messed up. They are making him guilty and he hasnt even had courrt in ohio. My son cannot move forward to ohio until i pay angolas bond i went to bond my son out in angola they said he couldnt leave even after i pay the bond. Warrant in ohio. What does ohio have to do with indiana diffrent state. And when my son was arrested they put me in handcuffs for no reason they had no right to do anything to me touch me let alone handcuff me i wasnt the one in trouble. They had no right i was with my son walking to my truck taking him to the store i was in handcuffs before he was. Infuriating.
A: The court in Indiana is perfectly justified in requiring that your son post a bond to insure that he appears when necessary to answer his charges. He should talk to his Indiana attorney about the possibility of requesting a bond reduction.
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