Records: Justice’s court.
1. Whenever a person is admitted to bail in a justice’s court and the bail is put in by a written undertaking, the deputy clerk of the justice’s court shall record:
(a) The name of the defendant;
(b) The names of the sureties;
(c) The amount of the bond;
(d) The name of the court;
(e) The number of the case; and
(f) Such other information as is reasonably necessary to complete the record.
2. When the bond is exonerated or forfeited, the deputy clerk of the justice’s court shall record:
(a) The date of the exoneration or forfeiture;
(b) The book and page of the minute order declaring the exoneration or forfeiture; and
(c) The date of notice to the district attorney of any forfeiture of the bond.
Last modified: February 25, 2006