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Who really makes money off Bail Bonds?

The Justice system is seriously flawed and those affected the most are typically the poor and defenseless. One of such poorly-thought stipulations is the mandating of people to wait for trial in order to pay bail charges. This means a sizeable number of accused people who are obligated to make some amount of cash deposit that enables them leave jail for their homes as they await trial. The adverse consequences of a system such as this is stringent living conditions to come in the cases of low-income accused people and citizens considered as “blacks”, whose community is frequently plagued by a higher rate of crime and jail time.

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Top Reasons Why People Get Arrested During Holiday Weekends

Getting a call to inform you that someone close to you has been arrested during a holiday weekend such as Labor Day can be aggravating because those are times to spend with the family and finding one’s self in a jail cell might not be the best way to spend the holidays. Holidays can be stressful to people that cannot afford to partake in the merriments or those who do not have family to spend it with or those who are having such a great time at family gatherings and parties that they drink too much...

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How bail bonds work for burglary charges

Burglary usually comes in different tastes and flavors; in some cases, a dwelling or structure such as homes and offices may be burgled, in other cases, elements of conveyance such as vehicles, planes or boats may be burgled. Whatever the case may be, if there is anything common to all cases of burglary, it is the simple fact that entry into such properties was made without the permission of the owner and with an intent to commit a crime therein. From another legal angle, the term burglary also covers all legal entries into a property, in which the offender comes in with the intent to commit an offense or when the permission to remain within the premises has been withdrawn. More often than not, the sole aim of most burglaries is theft.

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Common bail and bail bond terminologies explained

In the wake of any crime, accused suspects will often move to secure bail after arrest to keep the out of jail till the scheduled date of their trail. The hefty price tag usually associated with these bail fees is a growing concern to most especially low-level income citizens. The price which can range anywhere between $0 to $20,000 depending on the crime, reputation, financial background, tendency of committing another crime and several other factors. In some cases, the bail price may even be higher.

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Top Myths About Bail Bonds Debunked

Let's debunk some of the myths that haunt the often-misunderstood bail bonds industry. Many people see only negativity towards the bail bond industry, but are these claims about bail bonds valid? Bail bonds are something you probably learnt about by watching television and movies. For some people, they eventually acquire the knowledge through real life experience.

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What to know as a co-signer of a bail bond

By now, you already know what a bail bond is all about, but what do we mean by co-signing a bail bond or who is a co-signer? A co-signer or an Indemnitor on a bail bond is a person who, by his signature, guarantees every aspect of the bond. He or she guarantees that the premium or cost of the bail bond gets fully paid. By extension, the Indemnitor or consignor also guarantees that the defendant will be present in court regularly as at when needed, and that if for any reason the defendant fails to appear in court or elude, the co-signer will help the relevant authority to locate the defendant.

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Top 9 Reasons To Become A Bail Bondsman

If you are one of those who is wondering what is it that makes the bail bond business a delightful career to venture into, then you have come to the right place. First, what is or are the duties of a bail bondsman? A bondsman is a person, an agent or a company that stands in for and pledges money or property on behalf of a client who is in law enforcement custody and who is trying to get out of jail until the determination of his or her case in court. The bail bond business involves you putting down your money or property which will be paid back to you by the person you are representing.

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Some of the highest bail bonds ever set

No one prays to be arrested or have a loved one taking into custody for some criminal charges or alleged violation of the public order. But, unfortunately, it is something that can happen to any of us when we least expected it. Going through the rigorous but necessary court procedures can further complicate the issue, and sometimes it will create a sense of frustration, making you feel you have been maltreated, especially considering the judge assigned to your case.

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