I posted bail money on a case, when can I get it back?

Bail is a guarantee that the defendant will appear at each court session as scheduled. If the defendant misses any session, the bail money may be forfeited. Bail is returned when the case is completed. You may pick it up the day after your court appearance or it will be mailed to you. If you posted bail for someone else and you are allowing the money to be used toward the fines, the court needs verification in writing from you if you are not going to be there on the court date.

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1. I would like to plead guilty to a lesser charge, how do I do this?
2. How many points does my ticket carry? Do I receive points on my out of state license?
3. When does my ticket have to be paid by?
4. The officer said I could pay this ticket, why must I appear for court?
5. I wish to sign a complaint, how do I do this?
6. I cannot afford an attorney, can I be granted the public defender?
7. Can you recommend an attorney?
8. My driving privileges have been suspended for failure to pay my ticket / payment plan. How can I resolve this?
9. I need to change my court date, how do I do this?
10. How do I obtain discovery for my case?
11. There has been a warrant issued for my arrest, what do I do to resolve this?
12. How do I obtain a copy of the disposition of my case?
13. How do I obtain a copy of an accident report?
14. Can I speak with the prosecutor before my virtual court hearing?
15. I do not have an email address or internet access in order to join my virtual hearing, do I have another option?
16. I posted bail money on a case, when can I get it back?