Bounty Hunting

A bail fugitive is a defendant in a pending legal case, released from custody under a financial bond, who has violated the conditions of their bond. When a person violates the conditions of their bond and the bond has been declared forfeited, the person then becomes subject to apprehension and re-incarceration under the conditions of the bond.

The licensed and professional bail agents with Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds are also licensed as a bail fugitive recovery agents, capable of tracking, surveiling, and recovering persons who have “jumped bail” or abandoned their legal obligation to appear for their court proceedings.

Why Hire A Professional Bounty Hunter?

Often family members will post bail for defendant, with the understanding that the person accused of a crime will appear for their legal proceedings and honor the bond that has been purchased for them. Once the accused person has fulfilled their legal obligations, the money or property that was used to secure the bond will be returned to the person who “put up” the bond in the first place.

However, sometimes people fail to honor those obligations, leaving friends and family members to suffer the loss. If you have placed a financial security for someone's bond, and they have failed to appear for their legal proceedings, you may want to employ someone to help you find them and return them to the proper authorities. This will enable you to reclaim the money or property that you placed at risk on their behalf.

If you've put up collateral for someone else's bail and they've run from the law, you will lose your financial investment in that person. Even if they are eventually caught and incarcerated, you will still lose your bail money, unless they are made to appear before the bond is declared forfeit. By reaching out to a licensed, professional bounty hunter, you can ensure that the person you've trusted with your finances will show up in court, as ordered.

Who Needs a Bounty Hunter?

Examples of people who might consider hiring a bounty hunter include a wide range of people and situations.

Bounty Hunter for My Grandson

For instance, grandparents who have put up their home as collateral for a grandson's bail. But the grandson decides he'd rather hang out with friends, rather than show up for court. If the grandparents are unable to locate the grandson in the days before the court date, they may begin to worry that their grandson has no intention of showing up in court to face the charges against him.

The grandparents know that if the grandson doesn't appear for his proceedings, their home will be lost. Calls to the boys phone go unanswered and friends claim to have no knowledge of his whereabouts. Busy with jobs and life, the grandparents have no time or desire to be the one to hunt down the grandson and ensure that he appears for trial. However, they can't afford to lose their home.

This would be the perfect time to call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds. The licensed and professional agents with Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds will take care to ensure the safety of a grandchild, while still making sure they fulfill their legal obligation to appear in court. Upon the grandson's appearance in court, the property will be released safely back to the grandparents, where it belongs.

Bounty Hunter for My Ex

Another situation where someone might need to hire a bounty hunter to find a friend or loved one involves relationships where one party isn't living up to their obligations.

From the archives:

Claire writes: My boyfriend got arrested for DUI and called me for help in posting his bail. I didn't want to leave him in jail, so of course I used my credit card to post the bail. He promised he would make sure I got my money back. I was happy to have him home, but before long we started fighting and he moved out.

His court date was coming up and I hadn't talked to him for days, so I decided to call and remind him that he better show up in court so I could get my money back. But he wouldn't answer his phone! I started calling his friends and family, but they wouldn't tell me where he was, either.

Finally, I called got a bounty hunter to help me out. He helped me find my ex and made sure he showed up for court when he was supposed to. I got my money back!

Bounty Hunter Safety

While you may have a personal interest in ensuring that someone be returned to court before the bail money is lost, it isn't generally safe to go after a defendant and try to return them to court on your own. Special regulations govern bounty hunting, and specialized training is needed to ensure the safety of both the seeker and the person being sought.

The experienced bounty hunters with Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds are licensed and trained in tracking, locating and bringing back people who are running from the law. They use methods that ensure the greatest safety to both the agent and the fugitive.

California Bounty Hunters

If you need a bounty hunter in California, call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds at (844) 400-BAIL. The licensed and professional agents with Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds can help you find the person you're looking for and return them to law enforcement agents, allowing you to recoup your financial investment.

Call Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds for Bounty Hunters in California at (844) 400-2245