What happens when someone revokes your bond?
When someone revokes your bond, it means you must be returned to jail. Your bondsman may return you, or law enforcement can put out a warrant for your arrest. Unfortunately, it also means that the sum posted and your bond will be forfeited entirely. This can put you and the cosigner at significant risk of financial and legal consequences. A bond is typically revoked when the defendant breaks the conditions set by the bond and the court—most commonly due to a failure to appear.