Bail Revoked

Bail Revoked

There has been a lot of discussion about getting bail, why bail is denied, and how to avoid getting into trouble while you’re out on bail. While that is good information to have, it’s important to also discuss the fact that bail can be revoked. Knowing why bail can be revoked is a good way to make sure you don’t do anything that could result in your bail suddenly getting yanked out from under you.

Reasons Why Bail is Revoked

The good news is that bail isn’t revoked very often. The even better news is that it’s a situation that can be avoided. All you have to do is make sure you don’t do anything that could trigger a reversal in the decision to grant you bail in the first place.

The most common reasons bail is revoked includes:

• You failed to make a mandatory court appearance
• You were arrested while out on bail
• You failed to pay attention to the terms of your bail and you bothered the alleged victim of the crime you’ve been charged with
• You failed a mandatory drug test
• You left the area without permission

As you can see, all of these things are easily avoidable, though they may require you to make some short-term lifestyle changes.

How to Not Have Your Bail Revoked

Honestly, the two biggest reasons bail is revoked is because the person either failed to adhere to the terms of their bail or they was engaged in some sort of criminal activity.

The best way to make sure your bail isn’t revoked because you failed to obey the terms of your bail agreement is both reading the terms for yourself and staying in touch with your bail bonds representative. They will help you understand the exact terms and even help you figure out how these terms will impact your immediate life. If, at any point, you have questions about the terms of your bail, contact us right away. As the company that posted your bail bond, we’re happy to answer your questions and make sure you don’t accidentally make a misstep. 

Failure to appear is a big reason bail is revoked. The whole reason you were released on a bail bond is that you agreed to make all of your court appearances. You need to write down your schedule and clear your schedule of the day. If you aren’t sure when you’re due in court, you can either contact the court itself or your bail bonds agency. Both will be happy to tell you the date of your next court appearance, what time you have to be at the courthouse, and where the court appointment is at.

Bail and the California bail bonds program can be tricky to navigate, that’s why you need a good bail bonds agency on your side. When you contact Happy’s Bail Bonds in Bakersfield, you’ll enjoy the perks of working with an agency that’s compassionate, discrete, and extremely knowledgeable.

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