When someone is bailed out of one of the Ventura County jails that is not to say they are completely free to go. They will still need to return to court and their case will still need to be decided. When a person is released through the assistance of a Ventura bail bonds company the judge and/or the bondsman may require the defendant abide by certain terms and conditions in order for the bond to remain in force. This may include the surrender of a passport, submitting to mandatory drug and alcohol testing or refraining from out of state travel. If the defendant decides to ignore these restrictions they could be rearrested and sent back to jail at any time.
If Ventura bail bonds are revoked, the premium paid to the bondsman will not be refunded. If the person who signed the contract has agreed to a payment plan, that balance will still need to be resolved. On top of this, the judge may require a new bond be posted in order for the defendant to get back out of jail. This can not only cause a lot of stress for the family, it can cost a lot of money.
If you have questions about how Ventura bail bonds work, Adelante Bail Bonds can help.
Call our office now at 805-496-2763 for Ventura bail bonds and to speak directly with a licensed bail bondsman. All calls are handled confidentially and consultations are always free.