Mr. Bond Bail Bonds
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How Bail Works
How Bail Works: When an individual is arrested for a crime, normally that person will be taken to a local law enforcement station most of the time it’s the County Jail in the county where the crime was committed. The individual will then be booked and given several options for release pending the outcome of his case.

Options For Release

1) OWN RECOGNIZANCE: Defendants can be released on there own recognizance. This is usually for lesser crimes. Generally only a judge can decide if a detainee is eligible to be released on his own recognizance in such cases a defendant is released sole on his promise to appear.

Generally if the defendant is not eligible to be released on his own recognizance he will be given the option to bail. The most common type of bail is a Surety Bond. The process involves a contractual undertaking guaranteed by a Bail Agency such as Mr. Bond Bail Bonds and the individual paying for bail. The bail agent guarantees that the defendant will appear in court on each occasion that the judge requests him to. Generally a Bail Agency charges 10% of the gross amount of bail amount set by the court. Under certain circumstances the detainee is eligible for a 20% discount.

The Bail Agency promises the court that the defendant will appear in court every time he is required to throughout the duration of his case. In the event the defendant fails to appear the Bail Agency is responsible for returning the defendant back to court or custody during a certain time period. In the event the Bail Agency is unable to return the defendant back to court it is financially responsible for the entire amount of bail posted.

3) CASH BAIL: To be released on cash bail, an individual must post the full amount of the bail with the court in the form of cash or cashiers check. The source of funds for large bail generally must be verified to ensure that funds come from legal sources.

4) PROPERTY BOND: A property bond involves the court recording a lien on a property to secure the bail amount. If the defendant does not appear in court, the court may seize the property. This type of bail is not as common as it is a lengthy process. The process generally takes several weeks as the court requires that equity in the property be equal to 150% of the total amount of bail required. The Value is confirmed by two court appointed appraisers. Due to the lengthy process this is the least common method of posting bail.

About Mr. Bond Bail Bonds:
Founded in 1999 Mr. Bond Bail Bonds has been the most reliable name in the bail bond industry for over a decade. We are committed to providing an unparalleled level of customer service and respect.

Mr. Bond Bail Bonds is one of the most financially sound companies in the bail industry it regularly competes actively with all bail bondsmen; however, the ability to underwrite large bonds puts Mr. Bond Bail Bonds ahead of many competitors.

Our Knowledge, Integrity and Respect of the bail industry allows Mr. Bond Bail Bonds that extra edge over any other bail bond agent and gives its potential and current customers much flexibility in a very competitive marketplace. Please contact us whenever you need a Bail bondsman - we are sure you will be 100% satisfied with the care and concern afforded each individual.

Mr. Bond Bail Bonds:
Our goal is to provide friendly, honest and reliable service. Our service representatives are available 24-hours, and we can be reached during weekends and holidays. We offer state wide service with credit terms available, and bail by phone service. Most of our bonds we write do not require collateral and only require a signature.

Lower Rates for Union Members: We offer a 20% discount to all union members. To take advantage of this discount please call Mr. Bond Bail Bonds at toll free 800-320-2245 we can help.

Lower Rates for Clients with Private Counsel: We offer a 20% discount to clients who obtain a private attorney. To take advantage of this discount please call Mr. Bond Bail Bonds at 209 931-3895 24 hours.