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Order To Set Aside Conditional Bond Forfeiture {CR-21}

This is a Alabama form that can be used for CR-Series (Criminal) within Statewide.

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State of Alabama Unified Judicial System Form CR-21 Rev.6/96 ORDER TO SET ASIDE CONDITIONAL BOND FORFEITURE Case Number IN THE_____________________________________COURT OF_____________________________________, ALABAMA (Circuit, District, or Municipal) (Name of County or Municipality) STATE OF ALABAMA MUNICIPALITY OF_______________________________________v._________________________________________ Defendant and________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ Sureties It is hereby ORDERED that this court's order of conditional bond forfeiture, entered on ___________________________________, be set aside because: (check one of the following): The defendant or sureties, or both, have filed a written response within 28 days of receiving service of the Notice of Conditional Bond Forfeiture, and the court is of the opinion that the reasons set forth in the written response stating why the bond should not be forfeited are sufficient. The sureties have shown that the defendant was hospitalized at the time he or she was to appear in court and have placed this court on notice that the situation existed within the time provided by law; The sureties have shown that the defendant was not able to attend court because of illness, which has been proven by a doctor's certificate or letter, and have placed this court on notice that the situation existed within the time provided by law; The sureties have shown that the defendant is still confined in a jail of the State of Alabama or another state, or in the custody of another jurisdiction within the State of Alabama or another state, or in the custody of another jurisdiction within the United States: The sureties have shown that the defendant is deceased; or The sureties have shown that the defendant was serving on active duty in one the military services of the United States. _____________________________ Date ____________________________________ Judge American LegalNet, Inc. www.USCourtForms.com

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