What Action Can a Bonds Dealer Take Against You?
It's in a bail bonds dealer's interest to ensure that you make your court dates as well as pay your deposit. In fact, a bond dealer may remind you about your court date or even show up to escort you to court. However, as long as you keep your end of the bargain and go to court, your bail bond dealer is ultimately on your side. They want their money back and have a reputation to uphold. They will help you if needed to ensure you can make all your court dates.
However, if you do skip out on a court hearing, then the bonds dealer can send a fugitive team to get you. These bounty hunters can forcibly bring you to court. The exact actions they can take depend on the laws of the state or county where you are. They can often enter your property without a warrant (but typically cannot enter anyone else's), although they don't have the immunity of the police. In most cases, they will find you, even if you flee to another state - these bounty hunters catch 90% of the fugitives that jump bail.
Not going to court will turn your bail bonds dealer into your enemy. However, if you play by the rules and show up, they will support you, and you will benefit from their experience navigating the court system and helping you move through it without hassle.