A bailable warrant is a legal document issued by a court that authorizes the arrest of a person but also allows for their release on bail. The warrant is issued when a person fails to appear in court or when they have been summoned by the court to appear but have not responded.
Bail is a sum of money or property that is deposited with the court to ensure that the person will appear for their court hearing. If the person fails to appear, the bail is forfeited and the person may be arrested.
A bailable warrant is different from a non-bailable warrant, which does not allow for bail and requires the person to remain in custody until their court hearing. The decision to issue a bailable or non-bailable warrant depends on the severity of the offense and the likelihood that the person will flee or tamper with evidence if released on bail. For more info contact us at 0300-8500985 or click the link rb.gy/chcgan