If a bail bond is not paid, it may result in the defendant remaining in jail until their trial or other legal proceedings are resolved. The defendant will not be released from custody, and they may be required to remain in jail until their case is resolved or until a bail hearing is held.
Additionally, the court may issue a warrant for the defendant’s arrest, and they may face additional legal consequences, such as fines or penalties.
If you cannot pay the bail amount or have concerns about the bail process, you should seek advice from a qualified legal professional to help you understand your rights and options. Alternative options may be available to help secure the defendant’s release from jail, such as a release on recognizance or a reduction in bail.