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Can You Bail Someone Out Of Jail If They Have A Warrant?

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Can You Bail Someone Out Of Jail If They Have A Warrant?

You can bail someone out if they have a warrant, you just have to pay the bail bond set by the judge, you can either pay the court the full bail amount, or hire a bail bondsman to bail them out.

Can You Bail Someone Out if They Have An Existing Warrant?

Yes, but you will have to pay the bond amount for all existing warrants before they can be released. You cannot bail someone out of jail for just one warrant if they have an existing one.

What Happens If You Sign A Bond & They Skip Court?

You signed a bail bond document stating that you are responsible for them. If they do not show up in court that means the money you put down on their behalf goes back to the bondsman or the court, and you do not get a refund. Learn more about what happens when they skip court.

 

 

8 Comments

Megan Shanley November 6, 2021 at 9:20 pm Reply

My husband was arrested in county A (bond is 5K) and has since been served 3 warrants from county B (bonds total 150K). Now county A has his bond listed at 155K. Can we post bail for county A only, and wait for expedition? Or do the bonds from both counties have to be paid at the same time?

Thomas Kane November 9, 2021 at 9:24 am Reply

If you want them out at that moment, yes the bonds have to be paid at the same time; otherwise, whatever county they bond on releases them and forces the other counties to come to get them or release the hold.

Penelope February 24, 2022 at 2:15 am Reply

My husband has a warrant and wants to turn himself in but we are trying to wait till he has a day off so he doesn’t miss any work . We got a letter saying on his warrant we will have to pay 1,000 cash bond only , if we are a resident will it be 10 percent or will we have to pay the full 1000$ because of the warrant ?

Thomas Kane February 24, 2022 at 9:02 am Reply

The total bond is $1,000 set by the judge? If you pay the court directly, you would be paying the full $1,000 to the court, and depending on the state, once he makes the court date, you should get the money back minus small court fees of like $30-$100. It might be about 18 days or more until the money is refunded due to processing etc. If you hire a bondsman, then you pay the bondsman $100 and that is non-refundable. He will have to be in jail most likely for about 1-3 hours, depending on the states rules, before being bonded out.

shauna boyett July 22, 2022 at 2:09 pm Reply

Good Afternoon,
I have a friend that was arrested here in Pensacola florida back in May she has a 30,000.00 bond but has a hold from another state as well. I am trying to find a bondsman that will help me get her home to her children but am having trouble. I have a home here in pensacola fl that I am willing to put up as collateral can you guide me in the right direction or who may take this case please and thank you!
Shauna

shaun tramble August 8, 2022 at 5:25 pm Reply

my girlfriend is arrested for FTA and her sister has her bond money to bond her out its CASH BOND only she afraid to go down to the jail to bond her out because she have a warrant are their going to ask her for her ID at the desk and run her name

Brii Cruz September 23, 2022 at 2:25 am Reply

My husband got arrested today for a warrant out of Hale County, Plainview Texas they said the warrant was because the bailsbondsman surrendered the bond, so therefore can he still get bailed out ?

Thomas Kane September 23, 2022 at 6:33 am Reply

You can try going to a different bail bondsman. They are private companies that loan people money; each one is independently owned. If the bondsman surrendered the bond, it could be because a co-signer backed out of the agreement or the bondsman decided he was too big of a flight risk for missing his court date.

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