A person who has been charged with a crime and is arrested may be released on bond, which is effectively a promise that they will appear in court when scheduled. However, if your loved one fails to appear in court, it may cause everyone in the situation frustration and stress.
What is Bail?
A defendant is required to post bail in order to be let out of custody while they await trial. Bail is used to guarantee that the defendant will appear in court as scheduled. The defendant forfeits their bail and an arrest warrant is issued if they don’t show up for court.
What Takes Place If a Loved One Ignores Bail?
If a person you care about skips bail it indicates they skipped their court date or dates. Both the defendant and the person who posted their bail may suffer severe repercussions as a result of this.
A warrant is issued for a defendant’s arrest when they fail to appear for court. This indicates that police will actively look for them in order to return them to custody. In the event that your loved one is apprehended, they will be arrested and their bail will be lost. This …