The legal system and all of its nuances can be a difficult course to navigate for that that are unfamiliar with the process. To help answer some questions about the process, and explain what certain procedures are, Bail Bond Reviews has created a FAQ page to help explain some of the more common inquiries about the process.

Q: What is a bail bond?

A: A Bail Bond, likewise known as a “surety bond” is a contractual procedure where a state authorized bail bondsman (that is backed by an insurance agency) ensures a court installment of the full bail sum if a litigant is discharged but neglects to show up on their planned court date.

Q: How does the bail process work?

A: During the bail process procedure, a bond is issued just like the distribution of a check. The bail bond is then given to the court, only being cashed if the defendant neglects to show up.

Q: How long does it take to bail someone out of jail?

A: The process for a person that has been arrested is as follows: They are taken to a nearby police station where the fingerprint and  photograph arrest process takes place. Bail is arranged only after the booking process is complete.

Q: Who can bail a defendant out?

A: Unless otherwise specified by the court system, any person regardless of association can post bail for a defendant.
For any further information or questions, please do not hesitate to contact Bail Bond Reviews.