Failure to Appear in Court

Failure to Appear in Court: What Will Happen Next?

November 12th, 2018 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

An arrest will require the person accused of a crime to go to court to answer the charges. If he or she does not go to court each time they are required to be there, a judge will usually sign a warrant for failure to appear. This is also known as a bench warrant. Not only will the person face being arrested again for missed court dates, but they could face additional charges of bail jumping and contempt of court.


5 Reasons a Judge can Deny Bail

November 5th, 2018 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

If some has been arrested, it's advisable to use a bail bonds agent who can help ensure their release from jail before their trial. However, this depends on being granted bail in the first place. Judges have the right to deny bail for arrested persons for multiple reasons.

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