Rhode Island General Laws Title 12. Criminal Procedure § 12-13-20. Status of person surrendered or committed
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The person so surrendered or committed may be recognized anew with sufficient surety and be in all respects dealt with in the like manner and with the same effect as though he or she had never given any recognizance in the case.
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