A bail bondsman can invalidate the bond for some reasons as specified on a form given by the agent called a Disclosure. Some of these reasons are listed below:
- Information provided in the bail application of the defendant is found to be false.
- The bail amount is increased by the court which is beyond the policies of the bail company.
- Damage to the collateral property.
- A change in the address or phone number or employer of the defendant without informing the bail agent.
Re-arrest of the defendant for another crime while he is released on bail. Minor traffic violation crimes may be excluded in this case.
- Defendant’s failure to show up in court on the scheduled dates
- Defendant found guilty by court
- Request by indemnitor to revoke the bond pertaining to any of the reasons stated above