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Here are some common questions we encounter about the bail bonds process. We aim to make this journey as clear and stress-free as possible for you. If your question isn’t answered here, feel free to contact us any time.
A bail bond is a form of payment provided to the court that allows a person who has been arrested to be released from jail while awaiting court dates and trials. If the person does not show up to court, the bail bond is forfeited and a warrant is issued for their arrest.
Once an individual is booked into jail, their bail amount is set by a judge. After this, a bail bond company, like Patriot Bail Bonds, can be contacted to pay the bail for the individual’s release. The individual, or someone on their behalf, will typically pay a percentage of the total bail amount as a fee to the bail bond company.
A co-signer or indemnitor is someone who agrees to be responsible for the defendant and the amount of bail if the defendant does not appear in court. The co-signer will also be responsible for additional fees if the defendant does not fulfill their court obligations.
If the defendant does not appear in court, the bail bond is forfeited and the full amount of the bail becomes due. The co-signer of the bail bond will be held responsible for this amount. Additionally, the bail bond company will attempt to locate the defendant to return them to court.