Bail is an agreement between you and the court. A bail bond is not a fine, and it’s money given to the court as an assurance to the court that if released from jail, you will show up to trial at your appointed court date. You are pretty much paying a fee to get out of jail until your court date.
If you don’t appear in court at your appointed time, the bail bonds money will be forfeited. Read Do I Get My Bail Bonds Money Back?
It’s your responsibility to show up to court on all required dates, whether you’re guilty or not.