Rule 533. Increased Amount of Monetary Condition of Bail.
When the amount of a monetary condition of bail is increased, the original amount shall remain in effect and additional cash or other form of security shall be required only for the amount of the increase.
In cases in which the bail authority increases the amount of a monetary condition, the defendant is only required to post the additional amount, either in cash or in one of the forms of security permitted in Rule 528. The clerk of courts retains the original amount in the cash or other form deposited, unless the defendant chooses to deposit a different form or combination of forms as provided in Rules 528 and 532.
Former Rule 4013 adopted July 23, 1973, effective 60 days hence; amended November 9, 1984, effective January 2, 1985; rescinded September 13, 1995, effective January 1, 1996, and replaced by Rule 526. Present Rule 4013 adopted September 13, 1995, effective January 1, 1996. The January 1, 1996 effective dates extended to April 1, 1996; the April 1, 1996 effective dates extended to July 1, 1996; renumbered Rule 533 and Comment revised March 1, 2000, effective April 1, 2001.
Committee Explanatory Reports:
Final Report explaining the provisions of the new rule published with Courts Order at 25 Pa.B. 4116 (September 30, 1995).
Final Report explaining the March 1, 2000 reorganization and renumbering of the rules published with the Courts Order at 30 Pa.B. 1477 (March 18, 2000).
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