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Bail Bond Types

Bail bonds aren't one size fits all.  The charge, county of the offense, and price of the bond can all impact the options available.  We've answered some of the most common questions about different types of bail bonds, their requirements, and more.

What is Required From You For Each Type of Bond?

By David Liperote | September 10, 2019

There are a variety of types of bonds, so it is wise to know what is required of you if you are issued any of these bonds due to an arrest and charge. In every case, the major requirement is that you comply with both court dates/hearings and that you do any special requirements given […]

What is a Property Bond?

By David Liperote | September 10, 2019

There are actually a variety of bonds that can be issued when you or your loved one wishes to leave pre-trial detention in jail. One example is a property bond: this is different from a standard cash bail bond, which requires no collateral, just the amount of money that is stated by the judge. A […]

What is a Surety Bond?

By David Liperote | September 10, 2019

Bonds are a way to ensure that a given individual or company will perform the tasks or actions that they say they will. It is a way to put your money on the line to prove that you will indeed do something you’ve said you will do. The agreement is between you and someone who […]

What is a Cash Bond?

By David Liperote | September 10, 2019

Bail Bondsman vs. Bail Agent?

By David Liperote | September 10, 2019

While both bail bondsmen and bail agents work in close proximity with individuals who have been charged with crimes and are awaiting trial, their jobs are slightly different. Read on to get to know what each job entails and why you might need the services of a bail bondsman or a bail agent. In the […]

What is the Difference Between Bail and a Bond? What is a Bail Bondsman?

By David Liperote | September 10, 2019

Differences Between Bail and Bond When you are charged with a crime while in custody and need to appear in court, you may be given the option of posting bail or obtaining a bond. The goal in both of these is to ensure you will behave in an upright manner and appear in court as […]

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