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The job of a bail 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

 

Many defendants cannot raise the entire amount of the bail. In some states, the court may release defendants after they pay ten percent of the bail. In other states, defendants may arrange for their release through a bail bondsman. In that case, a defendant typically posts 10 percent of the total bail and signs over a lien on certain belongings to a bail bondsman or surety firm representative who guarantees to pay the remainder to the court if the defendant fails to appear for trial.

 

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