What are bail jumpers?

A bail jumper is a person who was released from jail, promising to show up for a particular court date, and then that person never shows up...

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What are bail jumpers?

A bail jumper is a person who was released from jail, promising to show up for a particular court date, and then that person never shows up for the court appearance. It's sometimes called 'bail skipping', and it's a Class C felony. A warrant will be issued for the person's arrest, and whatever bail had been posted will very likely be forfeited.

 

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