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Bail bonding can be a complex process to understand. On this page, we simplify the bail process and help you find out what you need to know before starting the bail bonding process.

What is Bail?

In order to get an individual released from jail, money or another form of property must be submitted to the courts. This is done to make sure that the individual will return for trial or they will forfeit the bail.

What do Bail Agents do?

Bail agents place a bond with the courts to individuals who are unable to post bail themselves. Bail agents collect a fee and sometimes collateral for posting bail. After collecting fees, bail agents make sure that the individual makes it to their scheduled court appearances.

Why should I post a Bail Bond?

Many judicial professionals will attest to the fact they individuals will generally have a better disposition in their case if they post bail. Also, most people would rather go on with their lives while waiting for their court appearances.

What is a Surety Bond?

A surety bond is posted by a licensed surety bail bond agent with the courts that guarantees a defendant’s appearance at trial.

Bail Recommendations:

Be wary of bondmen that offer to perform service illegally or offer to post the bond for a lesser amount. The consequences of their actions could fall back onto you. Also, never pay a bondsmen without receiving a receipt of payment and a contract copy. It is also wise to make sure that the bondsmen you use is licensed in your state. At Weatherholtz, we are licensed bondsmen who only operate inside of the law and provide the highest level of service.

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