Question is not worded too clearly - but my belief is that you will have a warrant issued for your arrest for your FTA on the theft charge. When the court finds out about the theft charge it will probably revoke your bond (or the bail bondsman probably will because you are now a poor risk) and you will be remanded to jail.
Most states require that you be bonded. Check into that requirement and see if you can get a bonding agency to write a surety bond for you. If not, you won't be able to get the license.
The charge is also known as grand theft. It is a 3rd degree felony punishable by up to 5 years in prison or 5 years probation and a $5,000.00 fine. Your friend will likely receive a bond.
A bond is polar when there is a partial charge or a full charge.
Solving the Bond Theft - 1910 was released on: USA: 24 October 1910
Theft 50$ to 500$ is a 500$ bond.
The cast of Solving the Bond Theft - 1910 includes: Elsie Albert as Nell Pierce - the Girl Detective
Ionic bond. Ionic bonds consist of a Non Metal and a Metal and the bond has a net charge of 0. a covalent bond is a bond between 2 non metals and has a charge of zero as well. another bond is a poly atomic bond which is between 2 nonmetals but has a positive or negative charge
Not only can you be extradited by the state, the bailbondsman that fronted your bail will not be happy he lost the bond money he had to put up and will send a bounty hunter after you. If you did not use the services of a bailbondsman, whoever fronted the bond will lose it when the court forfeits it.
No. Not at the police station anyway. Theft Over $300 is a felony in Illinois. You have to go to the county jail and go before a judge who will set bond.
An ionic bond between atoms of opposite charge.