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Examples of High Bail Amounts

Examples of High Bail Amounts

Examples of High Bail Amounts

You may be having trouble coming up with enough bond money to get out of jail in Orlando. If that is the case, then you might want to contact a bail bondsman, like Mike Snapp Bail Bonds, offering payment plans. You may also want to be thankful that Florida law sets reasonable bail bond amounts and what bail bondsmen in Orlando can charge as their fee. You may also want to be very grateful that the bond has not been set any higher because some people have been given ridiculous bond amounts in America.  

$1 Billion Bail

A Columbus, Ohio, judge gave Kim Freeman a $1 billion bail after she was accused of running two brothels in the United States. The municipal judge followed recommendations from persecutors who were afraid that Freeman would run if she were let free.  She was originally from China and had numerous contacts across the United States.  

$450 Million Bail

Fist, the court told Robert Durst that he would have to come up with $3 billion to get out on bail. A Texas appeals court lowered the amount to $450 million, and the real estate tycoon who may have murdered his first wife, a longtime friend, and his neighbor. The case is still active with the trial set to begin in January 2020 after many delays.  

$250 Million

Michel Milken was released on a $250 million bail bond. Authorities initially charged him with 98 counts of racketeering and fraud. He eventually pled guilty to six counts and served 22 months in prison. He was set free in 1993.  

$150 Million Bail

Kening Maj bond was set at $150 million and his wife’s bail at $75 million after the couple were selling all-terrain vehicles without smog certificates in California. The couple who immigrated to the United States from China a decade before the court system announced their high bonds in July 2010. Authorities charged with one count of conspiracy, 33 counts of grand theft, six counts of money laundering and 30 counts of falsifying smog certificates. Eventually, Kening was ordered to serve three years on probation and return funds to his customers.  

$100 Million Bail

Authorities accused Raj Rajaratnam, the founder of the Galleon Group, with four counts of conspiracy and seven counts of securities fraud. He eventually paid the $100 million bond. He was also ordered to remain within 110 miles of New York City. After spending two years free on bond, authorities eventually sentenced him to 11 years in prison and a fine of $150 million.  

Regardless of the amount set for your bail, if you need help getting out of jail in Orlando, call Mike Snapp Bail Bonds. You can trust these professionals to help you get out of jail in Orlando as fast as possible.