How does bail work?
Answer: Once a judge sets the bail, Exit Bail Bonds puts up the money to free the defendant until his court date.Are there Up-front charges?
Answer: Yes, depending on the jurisdiction. If the charge is under Florida State Court System, Exit Bail Bonds will charge a nonrefundable 10% of the Bail Bond or a $100 minimum per charge.What do I need to bail someone out of jail?
Answer: Several things are needed: valid Identification and the accused must be at least 18 years of age.How long does it take for paperwork?
Answer: About ten minutes.How can I pay?
Answer: Exit Bail Bonds accepts cash, checks, major Credit and Debit Cards, Money Orders, Western Union Quick Collect, and American Express Travelers Cheques.What about collateral?
Answer: Exit Bail Bonds accepts items of monetary value, such as houses, cars, boats, jewelry, and electronic equipment. Collateral must be returned within 21 days of when the court discharges the bail bond.What are the responsibilities of a co-signer?
Answer: See to it the defendant appears on time in court, to advise Exit Bail Bonds of any change in address or employment, to guarantee the accused follows the Salient Bail Bond conditions provided by the Department of Financial Services, make sure the accused does not leave the court’s jurisdiction.Are there different sorts of bonds other than state bonds?
Answer: Yes. Federal Bail Bonds that deal with interstate crimes and federal crimes. Federal bail bonds are often times higher than state bail bonds. The premium can also be higher. In federal court, judges often add a “Nebbia” requirement to the bond. Simply stated, this requires that the defendant and his family show that the collateral and money paying the bond is from a legitimate source.
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