Jail. Your bondsman has rules. You agreed to them. If you don't like them, go back to jail and get new bondsman with rules you like
They will go off of your bond and there will be a warrant for your arrest.
This answer is general information only and is not legal advice, does not form an attorney-client relationship, and should NOT be relied upon to take or refrain from taking any action.
You do not get a penalty directly from the court for not following your agreement with the bond company. However, the bond company can ask the court to get off your case. If the court agrees to do that, the court would then issue a warrant. That is presuming you have no conditions of bond that were imposed by the county. For example, if you may be required to report monthly to pretrial services.
My response is to a question or questions that were set out in probably several sentences. Criminal law is complex and applying it to fact situations is also complex. My response is a general application of the knowledge I have to, at best, a skechy set of facts. You may, inadvertently, be omitting a very important fact or issue that affects a proper legal analysis. Ultimately, my advice is to contact a lawyer in person and talk to her or him about your issues.
They may not object if you have an attorney. Or your attorney may be able to get you converted to a pr bond so that you can leave without restriction. If you just disappear and do not take care of your case, a warrant for your arrest will be issued. If you do not already have an attorney, you need one asap. They will be able to make this possible.
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