Bailing someone out stands as an agreement for them to make the trial dates from their first alleged charges, there are not any type of penalties for re-arrest as it won’t be connected to the bond. As long as a person is able to continue making their court dates, they will not face any type of penalty with the bond.
The only consequence that could interfere with a bond is that a person will be unable to meet the conditions of their court date because they are behind bars.
Speaking to a bail bondsman again as soon as the second bail is posted can make sure that a person can be bailed out a second time with the agreement to make court dates on two posted bails.
The bonds will stand separately and if a defendant needs to be bailed out multiple times before they are charged, each of the court proceedings will carry their own bail agreement.