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Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Bail Bond?
A written promise to pay an amount should the defendant named in the document, fails to appear for court.
What types of Collateral do Bondsmen Accept?
- Real Estate
- Car Titles
- Bank Accounts
- Personal Credite
- Credit Cards
Should I Co-Sign for the bond if I think the person is going to run?
No. If the defendant fails to appear, you may be responsible for the full bond amount and/or recovery fees.
What Happens if Someone gets Re-Arrested While Out on Bond?
Most likely, a new bond will have to be posted, with the premium for the previous case not being refundable. In some cases, the defendant will be released on their own recognizance or not allowed out on bail.
Who is a bond co-signer?
A Bail Bond co-signer is any person who is financially responsible for the defendants appearance in Court.
How to get a Bail Bond?
There are three ways to secure a defendants release through a bail bond.
- Use a Bail Bondsman
- Post the full bail amount in Cash with the Court
- Post real property (real estate) with the Court
What Happens if the Defendant Fails to Appear?
The Bail Bond co-signers may be responsible for any recovery fees associated with returning the defendant or even paying the full bond amount.
Do I get My Money Back After the Case is Complete?
If there was any collateral pledged for the Bail Bond, it will be released back to the person who pledged it. You do not get back your premium that you paid to the bonding company.