Who can revoke a bail bond?

Answer 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 »

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Who can revoke someone's bail bond?

The court has the right to revoke a bail bond if the defendant is failing to meet the conditions of his release. In some states like California, a bail bondsman has the right to revoke the defendan... 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 »

Who is liable for a bail bond?

A bail bond is a financial guarantee that a defendant will appear in court. The person who signs for the bond, the indemnitor, pays 10 oercent of the bond to a bonding agency and is liable for the ... Read More »

Bail Bond Certifications?

Bail bondsman, or bail bond agents, are criminal justice professionals who act as a go-between for defendants and the courts system. Defendants provide money or property to agents as a guarantee th... Read More »