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Bail is the process of providing money to get out of jail after an arrest. When you receive bail, you are under obligation to appear in court for the trial. To help you understand the bail process, BailYes.com provides this important bail bond information and resources to the Public.

Bail Bond agents & their job
The job of a bail bond agent is varied and somewhat complex. The primary responsibility of a bail agent is to coordinate release for the arrested person until their court appearance. This permits the arrested individual to assist more easily in their defense, to return to work, and to continue with daily living. Upon the arrested person's release, the bail agent should explain the full details of the bonding process. This explanation may be required by the licensing agency.
The bail agent should also verify that the charged individual attends the necessary court proceedings. If the arrested individual fails to appear, the bond agent should help locate and return him or her for trial. The bond agent should be present at court, when necessary, to provide information on the bail bond. Bail bond agents should also be familiar with the laws and holding procedures of any property provided for collateral and return said property promptly when the bond is exonerated by court. A bail agent in your area can provide additional details about what his or her job responsibilities involve. To find a bail agent in your area call 1-800-224-5937


Bail bonds & conditions
Bail bonds have conditions that can vary depending on the type of bail bonds, the restrictions of the court, and the bail bond agreement. One necessary condition of bail is the obligation to appear at any and all court appointments and trials. Bail for release, appeal procedures, and parole applications can limit your travel to within a certain area. Courts may give permission to travel if you provide detailed information about your plans to the court officer.
Bail bond agents also have the right to impose restrictions on their terms of bail bonds. If you have a drug problem and refuse treatment, a bail agent can make treatment completion a requirement of the bond. An agreement with this condition can send you back to jail if you fail to complete the treatment. Mandating treatment in this manner can ensure that you get needed help. Additional conditions may include continued employment or meeting scheduled appointments with court officers. An attorney or bail agent can provide additional information on bail bonds if you need assistance. To find a bail agent in your area call 1-800-224-5937

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