Arizona Revised Statutes Title 20. Insurance § 20-1534. Guaranteed arrest bond certificate; cash bail or other bond; forfeiture
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A. A guaranteed arrest bond certificate that conforms to § 20-1533 shall:
1. Be accepted as a bail bond in lieu of cash bail or any other bond if posted by the person whose signature appears on the certificate.
2. Be accepted to guarantee the appearance of the person whose signature appears on the certificate in any court in this state, including all municipal courts, at the time the court requires if the person is arrested or required to post a bond for a violation of a motor vehicle law of this state or a motor vehicle ordinance of a city or town.
3. Not be accepted as bail bonds for:
(a) The offense of driving under the influence of intoxicating liquor or of drugs.
(b) Any felony.
B. A guaranteed arrest bond certificate posted as bail bond in any court in this state shall be treated like a bail bond in any criminal case and:
1. Is subject to the same forfeiture and enforcement provisions that govern bail bonds in criminal cases.
2. If in any municipal court of this state, is subject to the forfeiture and enforcement provisions of the charter or ordinance of the particular city or town pertaining to bail bonds posted.
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