Can A Bail Bondsman Revoke A Bond?
No. Only a judge has the power to revoke your bail.
Why would a judge cancel a bond issued as bail?
If the judge believes you are unfit, the judge may withdraw your bail bond.
- at risk of not showing up for court
- more likely to cause trouble outside of jail than inside of it
- becomes detained while on bail
The bondsman might be able to bail you out again if you are arrested again while already free on bond.
If my bail bond is revoked, do I get my money back
No, the money is lost. You don’t get it back.
What steps are involved in releasing someone from custody in Kansas?
The bail bonding process is often started by phone calls to a nearby Kansas bail bond company. In order to assess the level of risk associated with providing a bail bond, our Kansas bail bonding firm will inquire about certain details before starting the bail bond approval procedure. When the bail bond is authorized, the new client must sign certain bail bond paperwork, including an indemnity agreement and a bail bonding application, and they will also get a receipt.
Our licensed Kansas bondsman will “post” bail at the jail once the bail bonding paperwork is complete and the bail premium payment is given to our Kansas bail bond firm.