Bail Bond Resources

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Discusses the different types of bail bonds and how to find a bail bonds agent or bail bonds man in your area.

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Bail Bond Resources

  1. 1. What You Need to Know About Bail BondsWhat are the different types of Bail Bonds? http://bailbondsresources.com
  2. 2. What You Need to Know About Bail Bonds When you are accused of a crime, getting arrested and spending time in jail can be an unfamiliar and frightening experience. Fortunately, since you arelegally innocent until proven guilty, in many cases a judge may allow you to be released until your hearing or trial. http://bailbondsresources.com
  3. 3. What You Need to Know About Bail Bonds However, the judge may order that youprovide some form of guarantee that you willreturn to face the charges against you before you can be released from custody. This security is called a Bail Bond. http://bailbondsresources.com
  4. 4. What You Need to Know About Bail Bonds Bail bonds are usually set during a formalprocedure called a bail hearing. This is when the Judge meets with the accused person (Defendant) and hears information about whether or not it is appropriate to set bail. http://bailbondsresources.com
  5. 5. What You Need to Know About Bail Bonds If certain types of bail bonds are being considered, like a secured bond or property bond, the Judge will consider informationabout the Defendants financial resources and the sources of whatever property or funds will be used as collateral for the bail bond. http://bailbondsresources.com
  6. 6. What You Need to Know About Bail Bonds Once the bail has been set, it is important to understand the various bail options. “ Cash” bailmay include cash, but it can usually also be paid bycertified checks, cashier’ s checks or money orders.It is very important for whoever posts the cash bailto keep the receipt they receive so that they will be able to collect their refund once the terms of the bail have been met. http://bailbondsresources.com
  7. 7. What You Need to Know About Bail BondsUnlike cash bail, signature bonds mean that a Defendant does not need to post any fundsor property as security. Usually the Defendant only needs to sign the proper forms for the court clerk in order to be released. http://bailbondsresources.com
  8. 8. What You Need to Know About Bail BondsTo find out more about the various types ofBail Bonds that are available and to locate a bail bondsman near you, please visit http://bailbondsresources.com http://bailbondsresources.com

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