Re: [tips_and_tricks] Official Bonds - Re: [ed44] police should post bonds or...
- Although this relates specifically to 'oaths of office' it may also be
applicable to bonds & other official paperwork for public servants. In
Michigan at least, having asked the local county clerk(an unusual
request according to the assistant)where the circuit judges oaths were
available, she finally tracked them down as being held in the state
capitol by the state supreme court office. Anyone seeking state level
information may want to check at the capitol with the appropriate branch
> ed- i ahve been searching for info on officials and bonds. God knows
> when you ask for risk mgmt or ask them who holds their bond they dont
> know! seems like if i were bonded i would know! as a police officer in
> the past- i was never told if i was bonded. so i assume not. the
> federal clerks of court and fed. us atty's dont even know- or they are
> trying to play head games and run you ragged......
> any info though would help. i have a few i am helping and we are trying
> to find info on this particular subject.
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