What happens after an arrest? When someone is arrested and booked they have
for release. One option is to post a Bail Bond. Bail is designed to guarantee that the defendant
will be in court on the day and time set by the judge.
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The Bail Bond process can vary from state to state. Oregon and Illinois, are two states where
bail is usually handled by county courts, and local law enforcement agencies.
A bail bondsman may consider a client's current situation when arranging for a bailbond. Payment options can include collateral bonding, credit cards, or cash. For a collateral bond a
vehicle or property title is usually required by the bonding company.
The person who secures a bail bond agrees to pay the licensed bail agent a fee for bail services.
In the case of 10% bonding where the bailbond is set at $10,000, the person who is responsible
for this bond will pay the a $1,000 dollar bond fee.
Additional costs may include...
• Long distance phone calls.
• Excessive travel and road expenses
• Required Posting fees
• Bounty agent or recovery fees plus expenses (skipping bail)
• Full Payment of the bond if the defendant fails to appear in court.
• Any Attorney fees or court costs.
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