How to Become a Bail Bond Enforcer?

Answer Bail bond enforcers, known by their more common title of bounty hunters, are men and women who track down and return individuals who post bail through the bounty hunters' company and then run off w... Read More »

Top Q&A For: How to Become a Bail Bond Enforcer

How much do I pay for a bail bond of $25,000?

What you pay for a bail bond of $25,000 depends on whether your bond is for a state or federal crime. For a federal bond you will pay 15 percent of $25,000 or $3,750. If it is a state bond the paym... Read More »

What exactly is a bail bond?

The Free Dictionary explains that a bail bond is a written document that allows a defendant to leave prison on the pledge that he will return to face trial at a specified date. The defendant promis... Read More »

What happens if a bail bond is forfeited?

A bail bond is designed to permit the release of a criminal defendant from jail pending a resolution of his case. If the defendant fails to show up for court, a judge orders a bail bond forfeiture.... Read More »

When is a bail bond dropped?

After a criminal case concludes, and the defendant has appeared in court as required, courts drop bail bond. At that time, the clerk of courts refunds any money (minus fines and court costs) to the... Read More »