When someone is bailed out of one of the Contra Costa jails pending trial they are typically free to resume their day to day life and return to work. This is not to say the person has complete and total freedom. The court may have set forth certain terms of release and the bondsman who helped arrange it may have outlined terms of their own. If the defendant does not abide by these terms and conditions they are at risk of having their bond revoked and being returned to jail.
In order to revoke a bond the Contra Costa bail bondsman must have just cause. If the defendant’s family arranged a payment plan and they have fallen behind, this would not qualify. This could certainly be reported to the credit bureaus but it does permit the bondsman to return the defendant to jail.
On the other hand, if it is learned the defendant has no intention of returning to court to handle their case and is planning to flee, this would absolutely qualify as “just cause”.
At Adelante Bail Bonds one of our expert bail agents will take the time to answer any questions you might have about bail bonds, revoking bail bonds and/or how the process works. Someone is available to take your call 24-hours a day, 7-days a week, late nights and holidays included.
For more information on Contra Costa bail bonds and how to get the person you care for out of jail fast call us now at 925-231-4307 for immediate assistance.