It sounds like he still needs deal with his VOP despite the fact the Court could have summonsed him to appear as apposed to issuing a warrant. Hire a good local probation lawyer who can fight for your husband. I wish you the best of luck!
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This sounds like one of those "sad reality" cases. If the money you paid was in premiums to a bondsman then you are definitely not going to get it back. If it was posted with the clerk then it will be returned.
I agree with my colleagues. Get your husband a lawyer to make sure that the VOP is dropped. Maybe they can negotiate the terms of his probation (amend it to administrative / non-reporting or some other accommodation) while they're at it.
Although I practice primarily in Miami-Dade County you are welcome to contact my office for a referral or two, or you can search the Florida Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers website by locality (please see http://www.facdl.org/ - and click on the "Find A Lawyer" tab).
Either way I'm sorry about the aggravation (our system is imperfect but it still beats Sharia Law) and best of luck!