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California Bail information:

844-400-2245

Missed Court Bail Bonds

If you missed a court date, chances are there is a warrant for your arrest. When you are released from jail, there is a set of pretrial release conditions that you agree to abide by. One of the most important of these is the promise to appear in court EVERY time you are supposed to. Failing to show up for court will almost always result in the court issuing a bench warrant for your arrest.

If arrested for your missed court date, you will be returned to the county jail where you will either have to pay the full amount of bail required, in addition to any possible fines or penalties, or arrange for bail bonds that will cover that amount for you.

If you know that you’ve missed a court date, you can do yourself a favor and get in front of the warrant before you’re ever arrested. You can do this by appearing in court to explain your reason for missing the appointment and making whatever amends the court mandates, or you can call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds to help you arrange bail bonds before you ever appear in court, so that you won’t have to actually go to jail before the whole matter is taken care of.

With Mr. Nice Guy on your side, you can make the bail bond arrangements before ever going to court. You’ll appear, explain your reasons for missing your court date, and then notify the court that you already have the paperwork completed to provide bail bonds for the bail amount that’s being required. Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds employs experienced, talented bail bondsmen who know all the ins and outs of the legal and jail system. With locations all over Southern California, Mr. Nice Guy can have a bail bond agent by your side, to walk you through the process, if you’ve missed your court appearance and have a warrant out for your arrest.

For more information on missed court bail bonds, call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds at (844) 400-2245 today!

What Happens If I Miss Court While On Bail?

Failing to show up for court, or missing court, while out on bail is a serious offense. If you are charged with a felony, missing court while out on bail may result in an additional felony charge. You should do everything in your power to appear for court when  you’re out on bail.

If you missed court while out on bail, and it was an honest mistake, contact your bail bondsman right away to reassure them that you didn’t mean to miss court. Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds will work with you to clear the matter up with the court, if possible without you having to return to jail. But, communication is KEY!

If you have a bail bond through Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds and you have missed a court appearance, call today so that the matter can be taken care of before things get any worse!

Call (844) 400-2245 if you miss court while out on bail.

Missed Court Warrants

When a person is arrested and charged with a crime, they agree to appear for all court-mandated appearances related to those charges as a part of their pretrial release. Without making that agreement, the individual facing charges would be required to remain behind bars until all of the legal proceedings related to their case could be resolved. Missing those court appearances can result in being charged with Failure To Appear. This new charge of failure to appear is in addition to whatever original charges the defendant was already facing.

A bench warrant may be issued for the person who fails to appear for court proceedings related to criminal charges against them. This warrant is often referred to as a Failure to Appear Warrant. If you are facing criminal charges and are out on bail, you must appear for all court proceedings related to your charges to avoid being charged with Failure to Appear.

If a person is arrested for missing court, the judge may require a bail or bail bond before the person can be released from custody. The bail for the missing court charge will generally include a fine for the failure to appear in addition to all of the fines and possible punishments related to the original charges. All of these amounts added together may be more than an individual can easily pay. This is when a bail bond agent may be of most assistance.

Bail bond companies like Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds can file a bond with the court, in return for a flat fee, that will allow a defendant to be released from jail, even after a failure to appear warrant has been served against them. The fee for missing court bail bonds is generally 10% of the total cost of bail, though Mr. Nice Guy has several discounts and payment plans that can make it very affordable to get bail bonds for failure to appear.

For more information on missing court bail bonds, give Mr. Nice Guy a call at (844) 400-2245.

What Is A Bench Warrant?

A bench warrant is an arrest warrant issued by a judge. There are many reasons why a judge might issue a bench warrant, including someone’s failure to appear for a court hearing or other proceeding against them. A judge might issue a bench warrant for:

  • Failing to appear in court for a trial, arraignment, or hearing.
  • Failing to pay a ticket or fine.
  • Failing to comply with the conditions of parole or probation.
  • Failing to comply with the condition of bail.
  • An indictment by a grand jury.

Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds can help you find out if there is a bench warrant out for your arrest and help you clear it up before you have to do time behind bars. For assistance with bench warrants, call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds at (844) 400-2245.

Is a bench warrant the same as a missed court warrant?

Bench warrants are a type of warrant, where a warrant is issued “from the bench” or by a judge for someone. There are many reasons why a judge might issue a bench warrant, including someone’s failure to appear for a court hearing or other proceeding against them. A judge might issue a bench warrant for:

  • Failing to appear in court for a trial, arraignment, or hearing.
  • Failing to pay a ticket or fine.
  • Failing to comply with the conditions of parole or probation.
  • Failing to comply with the condition of bail.
  • An indictment by a grand jury.

Failure to appear warrants are just one type of bench warrant. If you suspect that there may be a bench warrant against you for failure to appear or any other charge, Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds can help you find out if there is a warrant and help you clear it up so that you don’t have to go to jail. For assistance with bench warrants or failure to appear bail bonds, call Mr. Nice Guy at (844) 400-2245.

Bench Warrant For Missing Court

When a person is charged with a crime, they most often have the option to pay bail and get out of jail while they work through the legal process related to the charges against them. During this time of pretrial release, the defendant is required to comply with certain conditions, including ensuring that they appear for court any time the court sets a date that requires their appearance.

Missing any court proceedings related to their charges will result in an additional charge of failure to appear and the issuing of a bench warrant for their immediate arrest. If a person with a missing court warrant is arrested, they must appear before the judge who issued the arrest and explain why they missed their court date.

Before a person with a missed court warrant will be allowed to get out of jail again, the defendant will be required to pay all of the bail related to the failure to appear charge and the original charges that they had been released for already. This can add up to quite a sum, as bail amounts can range from a few hundred to hundreds of thousands of dollars, depending on the charges.

If a defendant cannot pay the required bail in cash, he or she may engage a bail bond agent to act on their behalf and file a bail bond with the court in place of the full amount of bail. This service costs just a fraction of the full cost of bail, usually 10%.

Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds can help you with a missed court warrant and help you avoid being arrested again. Mr. Nice Guy works hard to save you money on missed court warrants and never charges hidden fees or annual renewal fees, should your case take more than a year to reach its conclusion.

For assistance with a missed court warrant, call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds today at (844) 400-2245.

Get Missed Court Bail Bonds Online

If you know you have a warrant for a missed court date, you can arrange for missed court bail bonds online.

To arrange missed court bail bonds online, you will need:

  • Defendant’s Full Name
  • Defendant’s Date of Birth
  • An Email Address
  • Payer’s Occupation/Employer Information
  • Address
  • Phone Number
  • References

Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds makes it as easy as possible to bail someone out of jail online so that you don’t have to make the trip to the jail or bail bond office yourself. All documents can be completed online and signatures obtained through DocuSign, Email, or fax, whatever is easiest for you.

To bail someone out of jail online, you will need to provide information about the defendant, including their full name and birth date. An email address for the person paying the bail bond will be required to process the documents, and an address and phone number for both the payer and the defendant will be necessary to complete all documentation. If a payment plan is necessary, the employment information for the person making the payments will be required.

Payment Options For Missed Court Bail Bonds Online

If you are looking to bail someone out of jail online, you will need a method of payment for setting up online bail bonds. Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds accepts:

  • Credit Cards
  • Debit Cards
  • PayPal
  • Western Union
  • Wire Transfers
  • Prepaid Cards
  • Cash (Deposited to our account at any bank, from anywhere in the US)

Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds knows that sometimes you want to help someone get out of jail, but you simply can’t be there in person to set up the bond or make the payments. We make it easy for you to set up bail bonds online, make the initial down payment, and make any subsequent payments quickly and easily from any computer or mobile device.

Mr. Nice Guy is available online or in-person, 24-hours a day, seven days a week. With locations all over Southern California, Mr. Nice Guy can have a licensed, experienced bail bond agent to the jail in question in minutes, to get you or someone you love out of jail fast! For questions or help arranging for online bail bonds or making online payments, please call (844) 400-2245.