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What happens if you want to move while your CDV case is pending?
What happens if you want to move while your CDV case is pending?

If you move or change your contact information while your CDV case is pending it is important that you notify your attorney’s office. You should also notify your bail bondsman. Your attorney will notify the court of your new information. If you fail to make sure that your ...

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