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|Posted on January 14, 2014 at 3:37 AM|
So you posted bail for a family or friend, now what. Will when you first posted bail, the person that was released on bail will have a future court date, which will be on the bail receipt and possibly a form the jail uses. Make sure to make not only your first appearance, but any other appearances you are ordered to appear until you are sentenced, or the charges are dismissed. While on bail, keep in mind that any time you are arrested while on bail will most likely increase the bail on the new charges. In addition, your previous bail may be revoked by the person that posted your bail. If the family or friend that one has posted bail is arrested again while on bond, it is of most importance to notify the bail bonds agency of the new arrest so proper steps can be made to avoid forfieture or most common, failure to appear on that first bond posted. Most courts in Ventura, Santa Barbara and Los Angeles to name a few also may revoke the bail after the defendant appears on new charges in custody and discharge the bail bond previously posted and request bail increase on those charges as well. When you need answers 24/7 for bail bonds in ventura, bail bonds in santa barbara, bail bonds in oxnard, bail bonds in santa paula, bail bonds in los angeles or other cities in Ventura, Santa Barbara or Los Angeles counties, please call toll free 1-877-955-2245 for immediate assistance, or locally 805-641-2245 and 818-980-2245.