What is a bail bond indemnitor?

Answer When you bail someone else out of jail, you become a bail bond indemnitor. It is the indemnitor's responsibility pay all the premiums on a defendant's bail bond, according to Read More »

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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 »

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 is a bail bond hearing?

A bail bond hearing, or arraignment, is the accused person's first appearance in court after being arrested. The judge will decide only whether to set bail and the amount of bail.BeginningIn the co... Read More »

Who can revoke a bail bond?

If a defendant does not follow the requirements or terms of release written into the bail bond contract, the bondsman can revoke the bail. A judge may also revoke the bond if the defendant fails to... Read More »