A couple of points I wanted to track regarding a bash script a had to write recently:

1 - Do and action if the command execution is successful

Assuming you want to delete a docker container only if it exists. You can first try to inspect that container and if the return value is successful you can then delete it.

if docker inspect $CONTAINER_NAME &> /dev/null;  
  then
  echo "Destroying $CONTAINER_NAME container"
  docker rm -f $CONTAINER_NAME
fi  
2 - Use absolute paths when referring to dependent scripts

A common problem with scripts with multiple dependent files is that a certain path must be hardcoded on the script which can then lead to breaking paths depending on where the user executes that script. To avoid any issues on that regards you can use the bash variable BASH_SOURCE

script_dir=$(dirname "${BASH_SOURCE[0]}")  

So if you need to execute a script relative to the one being executed you can refer to:

$script_dir/my-other-script.sh

Instead of just

./my-other-script.sh