When a Surety, or Counsel, moves that a Bond Forfeiture Judgment be set aside, said motion shall be filed in writing with the Clerk of Courts. Further, a copy of said motion shall be delivered to the Hamilton County Prosecutor.
Upon the filing of the motion, a hearing date shall be set before the Common Pleas Magistrate to determine the merits of said motion. The Magistrate shall then issue a decision. If an objection to the Magistrate's decision is filed within 14 days, a hearing shall be set before the Judge that forfeited the bond for a final determination. If no objection is filed, the Court shall issue an entry adopting and approving the Magistrate's decision.
(Rule effective April 15, 1996)
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