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My court record in Texas reads 'cash bond - Status: Active''. What does that mean?

My court record in Texas reads 'cash bond - Status: Active''. What does that mean? Topic: Case status disposed meaning
July 21, 2019 / By Dalia
Question: I was arrested for an expired traffic ticket 5 years ago and my bf posted bond (I think). I looked up my court record and it shows 'cash bond' (with amount) and "Status: Active". What does that mean? Let me add that the case is closed/disposed/dismissed
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Originally Answered: How long does a written traffic warning stay on police record in Texas?
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