et arrested if you are ever caught. Public prosecutors be able to determine the bail amount your case first. It will last between 2 and 3 days prior to a judge approves of the bail amount. The judge will then issue an order for release. The judge will also determine whether your offense is bailable, or not. It is the case for crimes that are not subject to death penalties.
If, in certain instances someone is unable to pay the bail amount, he has the legal right to file an appeal to lower the amount of bail. If a defendant cannot pay their bail, they’ll remain in prison until trial commences. The court will pay you the amount in cash, checks or other property in the event that you’re granted bail.
2. Posting bail doesn’t get you off the charges that you’ve committed. Bail is an agreement that you’ll show up in court. If not, your posted bail will be forfeited, and you’ll go to prison for being a bail-jumper. As a way to get out of jail it acts as a security measure to ensure that you’ll appear in courts.