Title 9, Chapter 10, Section 11
(a) No judgment decreeing the forfeiture of any appearance bond
shall be rendered:
(1) If it is shown to the satisfaction of the court by the sworn
statement of a reputable physician that the principal in the bond
was prevented from attending by some physical disability; or
(2) If it is shown to the satisfaction of the court that the
principal in the bond was prevented from attending because he was
detained in a penal institution in another jurisdiction. A sworn
affidavit of the warden or other responsible officer of the penal
institution in which the principal is being detained shall be
considered adequate proof of the principal's detention.
(b) If adequate proof is furnished within 60 days of the forfeiture
of an appearance bond that the principal failed to appear on the
date of forfeiture for one of the reasons set forth in subsection
(a) of this Code section, the forfeiture shall be set aside.