Maine Revised Statutes

§290. Sureties may surrender principals; new recognizances

Any surety in a recognizance taken under this chapter may surrender the principal the same as bail in civil cases, and he shall thereupon be discharged from liability for any subsequent breach of the recognizance. The principal may recognize anew with sufficient sureties for the residue of the term before a judge, and then be discharged.

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