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How Bail Bonds Work Ph. No. 800-884-7136/862 203 3174 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org@applebailbonds.net www.applebailbonds.net Disclaimer: The contents of this page are general in nature. Please use your discretion while following them. The author does not guarantee legal validity of the tips contained herein.
Apple Bail Bonds in Paterson, New Jersey is licensed to service every jail throughout New Jersey helping you and your loved ones in a very efficient and effective way; and at very low rates.
Bail Amount Sometimes, the defendant cannot afford the bail which is set to get out of the jail. In that case, if a bail bondsman is hired, then the defendant can get out of jail by paying just 10% to 15% of the full amount of their bail to them.bail bondsman
Bail Bondsman A bondsman, or a bail bond agent, is any person or corporation that will act as a surety and pledge money or property as bail for the appearance of persons accused in court. The amount they charge, i.e. 10% to 15% is a fee charged by the company for their services and is not refundable.
Bail Bond A bail bond is a contract between a person accused of a crime and a bail bondsman. By signing the agreement with the bail agent regarding posting the bail, the defendant or the co-signer, who might be a relative or a family friend, must provide a guarantee that the bail amount will definitely be paid in full if the defendant fails to appear at the summons.
Signing Collateral In some cases you may be asked to sign over collateral to the bail agent. Collateral is property like a house, car, art or jewellery, which act as a guarantee that the defendant will appear in court. Once the premium has been paid and any collateral has been signed over, then the bail bond agents will post the bail to court and the defendant is released.bail bond agents
After Release After being released, the defendant must be present for any and all court proceedings. If the individual does not turn up in court, the bail agent must pay the full bail amount to the court. The bail agent will then locate the defendant and most likely return them to jail.
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