The Bail Bond City Blurb

No. Bail is not tax-deductible. Bail is actually not like a tax. The only reason that you might think it was like a tax is because it is a payment that is made to the government. However, bail is actually a guarantee that helps to ensure that you will return to court in order to […]

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If you’re searching for a facility that focuses on high-end Drug Rehab Instead of Jail, we hope this helps. Usually, luxury Drug Rehab Instead of Jail facilities differ from non-luxury ones as you would guess, though with some important differences. You, a friend or a family member will enjoy not only the latest addiction treatment […]

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Dear Saint Jude: I have so much faith in you and I know you will listen to my prayer. Please let Antonio get out of jail this Wednesday. He has paid for his wrongs and just needs to get out to get a new start in his life. Please keep in from bad and harms […]

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Bounty hunters get a share of the bail bond money – usually 10 to 20% of the total agreed amount. A recent survey indicated that most bounty hunters make anywhere from $50,000 to $80,000 each year depending on the state. The average bounty hunter handles 100 to 150 cases a year. The term “bounty hunter” […]

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When someone’s arrested and charged with a crime, there’s usually a lag – often months, sometimes longer – before his case goes to trial. Not everyone arrested has to sit in jail until it’s time for trial, though. Bail Basics In many cases, there’s a process allowing  the person arrested (the accused) to be released from jail in exchange […]

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The nation’s criminal justice system has many people working not only directly within it but also in professions associated with that system. Bail bondsmen, for instance, rely on the criminal justice system to deliver them customers in the form of men and women needing bail money after being arraigned on criminal charges. Bail bondsmen, though, […]

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Arrest Procedures When an officer arrests someone, the accused is taken into custody. Similarly, when a grand jury returns an indictment or a prosecutor files an information, a judge or magistrate issues a warrant for the arrest of the person charged if not already under arrest, and the person is taken into custody. (Sometimes, for […]

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Getting Your Bail Bond Money Back After you have had the misfortune of bailing someone out of jail there is going to come a time where you wonder whether or not you are going to get your money back. However, you are going to have to think back to when you originally posted the bail. […]

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In contrast to a regular bail bond, a signature bond does not require a defendant to make a cash deposit or put up any collateral with the court. Known also as a recognizance bond, the bond requires the defendant to sign an oath to appear before the court for trial on a given date. If […]

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Types of Bail Bonds The nature of the bail bonds available in each case will depend on multiple bail factors, including the alleged crime(s), the criminal history of the accused and the jurisdiction where the arrest was made. The more common kinds of bonds are listed below: Unsecured Bond. While no money is required upfront, […]

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