When you enter into a deal with a Hurst, TX bail bonds provider, in a way, he is investing in you, and his investment depends largely on you appearing in court. Hiring a bounty hunter when you fail to attend your court hearings is his way of protecting his investment, and you can rest assured that he won’t stop until he finds you and brings you back to court.
Jumping or skipping bail is just not worth it. All it does is add more trouble to your bottom line, and you’ll still pay in one way or another. So think twice before challenging your bail bond agreement, because it will only work against you.