If you bail someone out of jail and they run, you may be held responsible for the full amount of the bail and any expenses or costs associated with their failure to appear in court.
When you post bail on behalf of someone else, you become responsible for ensuring that they appear at all required court hearings and comply with any other conditions of their release. If the person fails to appear in court or otherwise violates the terms of their release, you may be liable for any fines, penalties, or other consequences of their failure to comply.
If the person you bailed out of jail runs, the court may issue a warrant for their arrest, and they may be subject to additional criminal charges. In addition, you may be required to pay the full amount of the bail to the court or the bail bondsman, as well as any expenses or costs associated with locating the person and returning them to custody.
Posting bail on behalf of someone else is a serious commitment and should not be taken lightly. Before agreeing to post bail, it is important to consider the risks and benefits involved carefully and ensure you fully understand your legal obligations.