If you have a loved one that has been arrested and has now been bailed out, you should know that they will need to return for required court dates. However, there is the chance that the person that has been bailed out will skip out of the area while on bail. What do you do now?

If you have worked with a bail bond company, and we have bailed out your loved one, we are responsible to the court for the return of the defendant. You probably approached us for assistance because you wanted to help your loved one. But if the court dates come and they don’t show up, you probably don’t know what to do. Well, the first thing that will happen is that a warrant will be issued for the person, and once they are arrested they won’t be able to be bailed out again. This means that is a major issue if the person doesn’t return when required.

You may be put in a very difficult situation where your loved one may ask you to hide them, or something similar, but this is illegal and could get you in serious trouble. One thing you can do if you are in a difficult position similar to this, is to give A-1 Bail Bond Service a call. We can help give you advice on the best decision to make. We understand that everyone involved in these types of situation is under a lot of fear and stress, and we work to make the process as simple as possible. But with this industry, there are many aspects that could be illegal and we want to help you and your loved one stay within the law.

In short, if someone doesn’t show up for court dates, they will be rearrested, ineligible for bail, and the person who contracted with a bail bond company will be responsible for the entire bail amount, which could be substantial. You need to put pressure on the person you love to show up for all of their court dates and uphold their commitments. We are here to answer your questions and help you through this bail bond process.