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Can a Person with a Criminal Record Act as a...

What is a Surety? A surety is someone who agrees to take responsibility for a person accused of a crime. Being a surety is a serious commitment. A surety is responsible for supervising an accused person in the community and ensuring that an accused person obeys all of the terms of their release and can include terms such as: Residing with their surety or at an address approved of by their surety Abiding by a term of house arrest or possibly a curfew Attending court Reporting to the police Not having direct or indirect contact with the alleged victim or witnesses or not attending within a defined boundary where the alleged victim or witnesses are known to live, work, or be Not possessing or consuming alcohol or drugs, not to be in possession weapons Keeping the peace and being of good behavior If the accused person fails to obey the…

15 Jul 2015