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How would the bond be handled after a 5th harassment claim has been filed against me?

My sister got an arrest warrant out against me in Delaware for harassment, which is something I totally did not do. This is the fifth harassment complaint she has filed against me, all of which were dismissed in the past. She claims that I friend requested her under a fake facebook account and I did not even know that is considered harassment. She got a warrant out for my arrest in Delaware. Most of the bond has always been released on unsecured bond. I am wondering if that would be the same case if I turn myself in this time. I have no doubt that this case will be dismissed, I am just concerned about the bond. Please help.

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    Walter A. Shalvoy Jr. | Shalvoy Law, LLC
    10 Queen Street
    Newtown, CT 06470
    (203) 426-4409
    It sounds like the arrest warrant was issued in Delaware, which means you would have to be extradited from Connecticut, which is highly unlikely for a harassment allegation. Contact an attorney who will contact the prosecutor in Delaware and resolve the allegations.
    Answer Applies to: Connecticut - Replied: 11/4/2014
    Russell A. Warren | Law Office of Russell A. Warren
    1221 Locust St. Suite 1000
    St. Louis, MO 63103
    (314) 910-1181
    That is something you would need to contact the clerk of the court on - they could inform you of what the present Bond is. If it is a large amount, you could think about retaining an attorney to petition the judge for a "Personal Recognizance" bond.
    Answer Applies to: Missouri - Replied: 11/4/2014
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