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St. Louis City Court to Try and Return Bonds

Posted by RCaldwell on July 25, 2012

Recently, the St. Louis City Court, 22nd Circuit has recognized it is sitting on a whopping $7.6 million in unreturned bonds.

Look for the article here:  http://www.stltoday.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/st-louis-courts-looking-for-better-way-to-refund-million/article_6e9d6621-353e-515c-8377-916e5efb5fbf.html

Unless you have told the St. Louis City court that you do not want your bond money back, or unless you have told the court that you want your bond money applied elsewhere, and assuming you did not skip bail, you should be entitled to the above missing money if you never received your bond money back.

Contact the court at 314.622.4500 if you believe you are entitled to some of the $7.6 million in unpaid bonds.

On another note, this is awful for me to hear.  I could only assume that the court was making interest on money that it should not have had. I think the court should be redistributing the interest it obtained to all of those individuals who have been left without their bond money.  Some of those individuals were probably very poor and needed that money back.

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