JB Bail Bondsman Agency provides bail bonds.
We are here to help you if you are arrested and stuck in jail. We can get you or your loved one quickly out of jail. We are a human-oriented and relationship-driven company.
When a defendant is charged with a legal offense and taken into police custody, that person may have the option of getting out of jail before their court date by posting bail. Bail is the monetary fee to pay to release the defendant from the jail. You can count on us 24/7.
The court then holds that fee as a guarantee that the defendant will appear in court when ordered. If the defendant fails to appear in court upon request, the court has the right to retain the bail and issue an arrest warrant for the defendant.
Usually, bail is a high amount. Most defendants are financially unable to post bail by themselves. A bail bond is a guarantee provided by a third-party that a defendant in court action will appear to all of their criminal court proceedings. A bail bondsman receives money or other things of value (collateral) in return for issuing a bail bond. A bail bond ensures the release of the defendant from court custody.
We are professionals in our field. JB Bail Bondsman Agency is committed to providing the best bail services at the best rate. We offer affordable rates and payment plans. Excellent customer service is our top priority.
Types of Bonds
A surety bond is a three-party guarantee to protect the party requesting the bail bond and ensures the performance, ability, honesty, and integrity of individuals performing various responsibilities and obligations. The three parties involved are the obligee, principal, and surety. We act as surety, the one who guarantees the performance of the principal to the obligee. This type of bond is secured by an insurance company that a bond agent works with to secure financial backing for their bonds.
If defendants own property of significant value, the bond agent may be able to use your property as collateral. Collateral is property accepted as security for a loan or against the performance of an obligation. In a bail bond situation, the defendant's obligation to appear at all court proceedings is secured.
If the defendant fails to appear in court, the bail bondsman will use the individual's collateral house, jewelry, stocks to pay the court the remaining bail amount. The court places a lien on your property and may sell it to pay the full amount of bail if the defendant fails to appear in court.
Personal Recognizance (PR) Bond
Once the judge reviews the case and criminal history, the judge can grant a personal recognizance bond if the judge has determined that the individual does not pose a threat to the community. The defendant is essentially released based on their promise to appear at their next court date. Defendants released on their recognizance need only sign a written promise to appear in court as required. If the individual misses court dates or leaves the town, an order will be issued for their arrest, and they will have to pay the full bail amount.
A cash bond is an agreement to return to court after being released from jail. In exchange for release, a defendant pays a set amount of money. That will be returned to them after they appear at a determined court date. With a cash bail bond, the defendant or one of his family members pays the entire $10,000 in cash to the court or jail. When the defendant shows up for court, he gets his $10,000 back, less any fees charged by the court. If the defendant does not return, the cash is forfeited. A warrant is then issued for the arrest. For this type of bond, the defendant must pay money in full at once.
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