What to Do While Out on Bail

Being released on bail leading up to your trial allows you to attend work and other responsibilities and avoid employment or housing loss. You are not entirely free when you post bail, though; you have some essential duties to fulfill to avoid forfeiting the collateral backing your bail bond. Follow our tips, and you can avoid further trouble with the law.

Make all your court appearances.

If you miss a court appearance, law enforcement will assume that you are trying to escape and attempt to recapture you. You also risk forfeiting the collateral used to guarantee your bail bond. This situation is easily avoidable by attending all of your court dates until the end of your case.

Check in with your bail company.

Some bail companies will regularly ask you to check in with them via phone or in person. If they do, follow the check-in schedule they give you and call them as soon as you realize you’ve missed a check-in.

Call your bail company if you have questions.

It’s better to be safe than sorry, so if you’re unsure when your next court date is or have questions about your case, don’t hesitate to call your bail company. If you miss a court date, make sure to contact your bail company as soon as possible before a warrant is issued for your arrest.

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