The Bail Bond City Blurb

We are pleased to announce that we have officially launched our bail bondsmen support services to Alabama. Here are the URL to our new URLs to Alabama Bondsmen Support Portal. Within the coming weeks we will have the following resources available: The Alabama Bondsmen Directory which will be extremely useful for interstate  transfer bonds. A list […]

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EXPANSION We are growing.  We are adding a bondsman directory, state laws, inmate directories and county jail information throughout the entire southern USA.  We are almost through with Florida, and will be adding the following states first. Alabama Mississippi North Carolina MERGING We will be partnering with one of the largest surety companies in Mississippi. […]

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If a defendant can pay for bail, he’s free to resume his life outside of jail and prepare for his court case. If the defendant acts poorly, however, the court can revoke the bail and mandate that the bond be forfeited. The defendant then has to return to jail — although he can petition for […]

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A bail bond is a surety bond that a third-party company puts up to cover the bail of someone who is on trial for a crime. A bail bond company pays for the bonding out of jail of the person, but charges a premium for this service. When the court case is complete, and whether […]

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Bail allows someone charged with and arrested for a crime to get out of jail while they await a trial or sentencing. According to Calyton Hill, a bail bond agent in Florida, people normally pay 10 percent of the bail amount to a bail bondsman to get them to place the bail money and get […]

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Bail may be automatically denied for several penal code violations, including murder and a prior escape from jail or prison. However, bail may also be denied for a host of other reasons. When a person is arrested and taken to jail and booked, the person will have to stay in jail while he or she […]

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A bond hearing is set within a certain amount of time after a defendant’s arrest. In Florida, for example, a defendant is entitled to a bond hearing within 24 hours after being arrested, so bond hearings are held every day twice a day. Some judges hold remote bond hearings. The defendant will appear in a […]

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A bail bond hearing is a court appearance during which the defendant asks the judge to release him from police custody pending the outcome of a criminal case. A first bail hearing may be part of an initial hearing in which formal charges are presented — also called an arraignment — or be separate from […]

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Many people who are in custody awaiting a Bail or Immigration hearing do not realize how important it is to have a solid “release plan” to offer the Court or Immigration authorities. Don’t wait for your friend or relative to be denied release because your plan wasn’t comprehensive enough. Look into the many options for […]

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Inmate Money & Property Accounts Inmate’s money accounts are used to buy items from the inmate commissary and to pay for various medical services and jail fees. GUIDELINES FOR DEPOSITS Deposit items must be payable to the inmate and include the inmate’s jail number. The sender’s name and address MUST be included on all items […]

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