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Remanded Without Bond: Understand the Consequences and Legal Ramifications

Posted on Jan 31st, 2024 by Bail Agent 132 Views

According to a recent report from the California Department Of Insurance, “there are approximately 175,000 bail bonds written per year in California.” However, there are some occasions in which a defendant may be denied bail. This is known as being “remanded without bail.”  Unfortunate Consequences: Remanded Without Bond.  What does it...

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Can Bail Be Paid with a Credit Card? A Simple Guide

Posted on Jan 31st, 2024 by Bail Agent 142 Views

According to California Bond statistics, only around 60% of defendants are able to cover the costs of their bail arrangements. This means that 40% of defendants spend unnecessary time in jail, while awaiting sentencing.  In order to change these statistics for the better, it is important to note that there are many different ways to cover...

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What to Do If You Can't Find a Cosigner: Alternative Solutions

Posted on Jan 31st, 2024 by Bail Agent 104 Views

Within the bail system, a cosigner is an individual who agrees to take financial responsibility for the bail bond. This means that if the defendant does not adhere to the terms of the bail, they will be expected to pay the costs associated with this. While many people are happy to cosign for friends and family, they may not be in the best...

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What Does Personal Recognizance Bond Mean?

Posted on Jan 2nd, 2024 by Bail Agent 167 Views

Most people don’t know that there are several different bail options in the legal system, such as a personal recognizance bond (PR bond). This option allows a defendant to be released from jail without having to post bail. To many people, this is effectively a “get out of jail free” card, but it’s not as simple as it might seem and there are...

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Do You Have to Use a Bail Bondsman?

Posted on Jan 2nd, 2024 by Bail Agent 151 Views

A bail bondsman helps you out when you or a loved one needs to post bail. Using a bail bondsman enables you to put up just a portion of the bail amount, with the bail bond covering the rest. But do you have to use a bail bondsman if bail has been set? The short answer is no. You're not obligated to use a bail bondsman, and there are several...

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What Percentage of a Bond Do You Pay

Posted on Jan 2nd, 2024 by Bail Agent 158 Views

Do you know someone who has been arrested? Are you personally worried about being arrested for something? If so, then one of the first things on your mind will likely be bail. After all, nobody wants to stay in jail for a long period of time as it prevents them from continuing their daily responsibilities and going to work. Thankfully, bail...

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What Happens If You Can't Post Bail? Find Out The Consequences

Posted on Nov 21st, 2023 by Bail Agent 238 Views

If you are charged with a crime in California, then you could be in for a daunting and traumatic experience. One of the factors that makes this situation so stressful is that people often don’t know what’s going to happen and what comes next. We’re going to pull back the curtain and help you understand everything that you need to know about...

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Learn How Long It Takes for Bail to Be Posted - Expert Guide

Posted on Nov 21st, 2023 by Bail Agent 206 Views

When someone commits a crime, they can be released on bail. This means the court has sized up their conviction and presented an amount to be paid for their temporary release. Bail varies in size based on the severity of the crime - $50,000 is considered average in California. Bail can either be paid in full by the arrested individual or...

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