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  1. 1. How To Hire A Bail BondsmanHire a Bail BondsmanJail. The word alone can make a person shudder. If a member of your family or a friend ends up injail, an initial and primary consideration will be how to hire a bail bondsman. In a very real sense,hiring the most effective, efficient and reputable bail bondsman is crucial. There are specific steps youmust take to ensure you engage the most suitable bail bondsman in the shortest amount of time.Your freedom depends upon it.Other People Are ReadingHow to Become a Bounty Hunter and Bail BondsmanHow to Become Licensed As a Bail Bondsman in TennesseePrint this articleThings Youll NeedCashiers check for bond amount (or credit card)State-issued ID cardTitle to automobile if requestedTitle to real estate if requestedShow More Instructions1Get references for a bail bondsman. You do not want to wander around blindly and nab just anyoneto provide you with bail bond assistance. You need to choose a person who is responsive, ethical andaffordable. If at all possible, obtain a reference or a recommendation.2Call the bail bondsman and explain the circumstances of the person incarcerated. Because of thenature of the business, the typical bail bondsman is available around the clock, every day of the year.You need only place a call and discuss the situation briefly with the bail bondsman. He will contactthe jail or court and determine what needs to be done for bail.3
  2. 2. Make an appointment with the bail bondsman. Often , that appointment will occur at the jail. Thetypical bail bondsman will be happy to meet with you at whatever location is convenient for you.4Complete the application for the bond. Keep in mind that by arranging for bail you may be asked bythe bail bondsman to guarantee the bond itself. In other words, you will cosign the bond and beresponsible for payment to the court or to reimburse the bail bond company if the defendant violatesthe conditions of the bond. 5Pay for the bond. Typically, the cost of a bail bond is between 10 and 15 percent of the total bondassessed by the court. For example , if the bond set by the court is $10, 000, then the bail bond willbe between $1, 000 and $1, 500. This money is not returned to you. 6Execute paperwork that gives the bail bondsman a lien on an automobile or real estate, if required.Depending on the size of the bond placed by the court, the bail bondsman may need additionalsecurity for the bond. In this regard, the bail bondsman may request a lien on a car or on real estate.Tips &; WarningsIf you cosign a bail bond, you personally are responsible for paying the outstanding bond should thedefendant fail to appear in court. The bail bondsman will come after you for reimbursement of themoney he paid to the courthouse if the defendant fails to comply with bond terms. If you use your caror real estate (your home) for collateral, you also run the risk of losing your car or home should thedefendant violate bond terms.Suggest itemRelated Searches:ReferencesNationwide Bail BondsBail Bonds, Nationwide ServicesResourcesAmerican Bar Association, Section of Criminal JusticePhoto Credit
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