How Bail Bondsman Hiring System Works?

What happens if you don’t pay your bail bonds bill?
January 18, 2018
Peculiarity of bail bonding in Florida
January 18, 2018

How Bail Bondsman Hiring System Works?

A bail bondsman is a person who is normally hired by someone who is accused of any kind of crime and he or she wants to bail out of the court by paying a certain amount of money. These bail bondsman or bail agents are normally found in the United States. These agents make a deal or make a bond for the accused person that they will pay bail money to get them out of court and the accused person has to pay money to them in cash or periodically complete the money payment over a certain amount of time. Now there are some processes of hiring a bail bondsman and make your way out of court. These are

  1. Normally state laws have different bond amounts for different kind of crimes. Judges can also apply different terms and conditions for a bail given the nature of the crime done by the accused person. Sometimes the bail amount is very low like $1000 and the family of the accused person can easily pay that amount of money. But sometimes, due to the nature of the crime, this amount becomes more than $10000 and sometimes it is very difficult for the accused person to pay that much amount of money at a time. For this reason, the bail bondsman is hired by the accused to pay that money and afterward the accused person has to pay the full amount of money bail bondsman has paid for him to certain conditions.
  2. Bail bondsman agencies normally work with the court. When a defendant hires a bail bondsman, he or she has to sign a certain bond that if they are not able to pay the money amount, to the bail bondsman for some reason, the defendant will be re-arrested by the bondsman or the agent. This is mainly done to protect the investment made by the bondsman because they won’t get the refund of the bail if the defendant don’t appear in the court for bail.
  3. There is another way of paying up the amount of the bail to the bondsman. The bondsman might charge 10 to 20 percent of the total bond fee to the defendant for his service. If the defendant is not able to pay that amount of money, then the bondsman will take other means of getting paid up and these other means might be a valuable property of the accused person such as cars, stocks, even the mortgage on a house. Of course, a bondsman is always limited by how many bonds he might cover by his insurance. He must continue to pay from which the lost bails are paid if any of his defendants flees. He might even be out of business if a number of lost bails reaches a certain amount.

 

These bail bondsman can be found online, or there is certain institution who provides agents for becoming the bail bondsman of a defendant. An accused person should be crystal clear about all the documents and terms of hiring a bail bondsman because any lack of knowledge can create a huge collateral damage to both defendant and bondsman.

 

 

11 Comments

  1. Bethany Birchridge says:

    It’s interesting that bondsmen might charge 10 to 20 percent of a bond fee. My uncle gets in trouble with the law all the time, so he may like to learn about bail bonds. I’ll be sure to share this great article with him.

  2. Ridley Fitzgerald says:

    It’s interesting to learn more about bail bonds. It’s nice that they allow people to get out of jail for a smaller cost than normal. Bail seems like a crazy expensive thing, so I’m glad these bonds exist to make it easier on people who can’t afford to spend time in jail.

  3. Joy Butler says:

    You did a great job of explaining all about bail bondsman hiring system. My friend has been accused of a criminal case to which I also believe that he is innocent of. Her parents told me that they need to pay for a bail bond to temporarily get her out of the jail.

  4. Gerty Gift says:

    Thank you for explaining what a bail bondsman does. I have been hearing more and more about them, but just couldn’t figure out what their purpose was. I’ll keep them in mind if I or a close friend or family member need their service.

  5. Gary Puntman says:

    My friend wants to hire a bondsman soon. It’s good to know that the prices can vary for getting one. It’s important to consider that they might charge 10 to 20 percent of the total bond fee to the defendant for their service, like you said.

  6. Sariah Meagle says:

    My cousin was arrested last night because of DUI and he needs to go out to attend a wedding. It was explained here that bail bondsmen normally works with the court. Furthermore, it’s recommended to go through bail bonding for the best outcome.

  7. Taylor Anderson says:

    My uncle gets arrested all the time, so he’s been wanting to learn more about bail bonds. It’s interesting that a bail bondsman may charge 10-20 percent of the total bond fee. I feel like this information could really help my uncle pay his bail. I’ll definitely consider sharing this knowledge with him.

  8. Taylor Bishop says:

    Thanks for helping me learn more about hiring a bail bondsman. I’m glad that you mentioned that the agencies normally work with the court. I’m kind of interested to learn if there are situations where they do not and if they could be privately hired.

  9. Ellie Davis says:

    I didn’t know that bail bond agencies normally work through a court. My sister was arrested and needs to get a bail. I’ll have to do some research and find the best bail bond agent possible.

  10. Ellie Davis says:

    I didn’t know that normally bail bond agents work with the courts. My husband was just arrested and we are needing to find the right bail bond agency in our area. I’ll have to do some research and find the best agency to get him out of jail.

  11. Mason Bell says:

    Everyone should be aware of the bailing system so as to get a right bondsman for posting bail. This article is well explained with engaging content. Thanks for sharing this article.

Leave a Reply to Gerty Gift Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *