Legal Information: Georgia
Updated: November 12, 2018
Bonds for Good Behavior
A bond for good behavior, also known as a good behavior warrant or a good behavior bond, requires the abuser to post a bond (through giving money or property to the court) that the abuser will lose to the court if s/he violates the judge's order or commits a crime against you.
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