Yes, it is possible to go to jail after being bailed out. Posting bail allows you to be released from custody while your case is pending, but it does not guarantee that you will not be sentenced to jail or prison if you are ultimately found guilty of the charges against you.
If you are released on bail, you must comply with certain conditions, such as checking in with a probation officer, refraining from contact with certain individuals, or complying with a curfew. If you violate these conditions or are found guilty of the charges against you, you may be sentenced to jail or prison.
The consequences of a criminal conviction can be severe, including imprisonment, fines, and other penalties. If you are facing criminal charges, working closely with an experienced criminal defense attorney who can help you understand your legal rights and options and build a strong defense on your behalf is important.