This is a payment that the arrested person may be able to make to the court in order to leave jail until trial.
The payment is a way that the court can help ensure that the accused will appear at any future court dates.
Though each situation is different, the steps are generally the same. If he or she is able to, the defendant can pay the bond in cash themselves and be released from jail, but the bond is usually a larger amount than most people keep on hand. This is where a bail bondsman becomes useful.
The bail bondsman can pay the fee to get the defendant out of jail,
as long as a friend or family member pays as low as 3% down, call for details!
The co-signer attests that the defendant will show up to his or her court date.
If the defendant fails to show, the cosigner is held liable for the full amount of the bail. This liability is why it’s important for the cosigner to be sure the defendant is trustworthy before arranging jail release in Smithfield.
As low as 3% percent down will be enough to get your loved one out of jail right away.
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