When you’ve gotten out of jail on bond and used the services of a bondsman to help in that process, you’re expected to go to court on the assigned day. It is scary when you go back to court, especially if there is a good possibility that you’ll go to jail. It’s easy to skip out on court, and bail, and let them come and find you. and while that might seem like a good idea at the moment, it is the worst idea possible. Skipping out on Lackawanna County bail bonds is in itself bad enough, but the consequences are only the beginning of the many you’ll endure if you don’t go to court.
When you fail to appear in your court, your bond is rebooked. What does this mean? It means you are no longer bailed out of jail, and will have a warrant placed for your arrest and return to jail until court date.
If you ever need a bondsman again in the future, you will have a difficult time finding one that will bail you out once you’ve skipped of a bondsman once. Although it’s nice to think you’ll never again need a bondsman, you probably didn’t think you’d need them this time. It is just too risky to try.
Think of others, and make sure that you appear in court. If you don’t go to court, the person that signed your bond can also find themselves in a world of trouble, financially and otherwise. You don’t want them to experience such hassle, do you?
And, of course, failing to go to court is only going to cause more trouble, and an additional charge, for you. it’s best to face the music, and the charges, and go to court when it is time. Never skip out on your bail!