Bail Bond Withdrawal

Video: What is Bail Bond Withdrawal?

A bail bonds agent can withdraw the bail bond if the defendant intends to flee the court, commits crimes while out on bond, is a threat to the community or if certain bail bond conditions aren’t being met. A bail withdrawal by the court of an existing bail bond at any time if requested by the bail bondsman. Once a bail bond is withdrawn the defendant will be returned to custody.

This also works for the cosignor and is often termed “revocation of bond”. The bondsman will take this information to the courts and ask that the bond be revoked with certain conditions having been met.


  • Betty June 29, 2016 at 1:27 pm

    Hey, my cousin just got into a little bit of trouble, and needs to have a bail bond and I will have to cosign for the bail bond. What kind of trouble could my cousin can get into if he violates the bail conditions. Can I get in trouble if he does something wrong? I don’t expect him to, but you never know.

  • CazareJerk September 18, 2016 at 5:43 pm

    I’m wondering about bail and if I can get someone out if a bail bond withdrawal was ever issued. Help!!!

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