June 2015

If a defendant gets out of jail using a bail bond from a bail agent, that bail agent becomes responsible for ensuring the defendant appears back in court. If the defendant skips court, the bail agent must pay the rest of the bond. So, what...

It might not have occurred to you, but did you know that the public benefits from bail bonds, not just the person the bail bond is for? By bailing a person out of jail, it lowers pre-trial jail populations, meaning people pay less for the...

If you’ve ever been arrested and bailed out of jail, be grateful. People who cannot afford bail face a harsh reality that we hope no one will ever have to endure. Being in jail is about survival. Jails are filled with dangerous, intimidating criminals. And not...

Change may not always be a bad thing. People like routine, they like what they know and are used to. They are more often than not, scared of change. Even more so, they are scared when change happens within themselves or a friend because they...

Unlike paying your bond in entirety in cash to the court soon after learning the amount, paying for your bail bond is differently – lengthier, if you will. However, the exact amount of time you have to pay for the bail bond will depend on...

When a crime has been committed, it will be heard and tried in state court. Crimes that occur in California are heard in a California state court. Crimes that occur in Missouri are heard in a Missouri state court, etc. It is much more complicated...

As you know, bail bonds are used to bail a person out of jail when he or she cannot afford to pay the whole bail amount him or herself. These bail bonds secure their release from jail so they can go home and return to...