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When you need to get an imprisoned loved one out of jail in a hurry, a bail bondsman can be used. The unfortunate thing about bail is that it is often times expensive and the average person really can not afford to raise that money to have their loved one home with them.

Bail is cash, a bond, or property that an arrested person gives to a court to ensure that he or she will appear back in court when ordered to do so. The court may keep the bail and issue a warrant for the defendant’s arrest if the defendant doesn’t show up.

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If a suspect violates a condition, a judge may revoke bail and order the suspect re-arrested and returned to jail. Some bail conditions, such as a requirement that a suspect “obey all laws,” are common.

Bail can take any of the following forms:

cash or check for the full amount of the bail
property worth the full amount of the bail
a bond (that is, a guaranteed payment of the full bail amount), or
a waiver of payment on the condition that the defendant appear in court at the required time (commonly called release on one’s “own recognizance”).

A bond that costs 10% of the bail amount may sound like a good deal compared to posting cash bail, but buying a bond may cost more in the long run. If the full amount of the bail is paid, it will be refunded (less a small administrative fee) when the case is over and all required appearances have been made. In contrast, a bond seller’s fee is non-refundable. In addition, the bond seller may require “collateral.” This means that the person who pays for the bail bond must also give the bail bondsman a financial interest in some of the person’s significant property. If the suspect fails to appear in court, the bond seller can cash in on this interest.

Sometimes people are released “on their own recognizance,” or “O.R.” A defendant released on O.R. must simply sign a promise to show up in court and is not required to post bail.

A defendant commonly requests release on his or her own recognizance at the first court appearance. If the judge denies the request, the defendant then requests low bail.

In general, defendants who are released on O.R. have strong ties to the community, making them unlikely to flee. Factors that may convince a judge to grant an O.R. release include:

having family members (most likely parents, a spouse, or children) living in the community
having resided in the community for many years
being employed
having little or no past criminal record, or only criminal problems that were minor and occurred many years earlier, and
having been charged with previous crimes and having always appeared as required.

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Cain’s Bail Bonds can turn your life around and get your loved one out of jail. When you are considering using a bail bondsman, make sure you know that Ellis will be available to help you throughout this traumatic and tough process.

No matter what the bail amount, whether it is low or high, Ellis Cain will be able to help and will have the opportunity to pay the bail amount to get your loved one out of jail. It is important that you and your loved one are together during this difficult time so that you can support each other and get through it.

It is a long and difficult process going to trial for a crime that someone may or may not have committed. What makes it all the more difficult is being the person that is waiting at home for the news of whether or not their family member will be convicted. If you employ the services of bondsman, the process will be made a little bit easier with the knowledge that you will not be alone during this process, that your family member will be with you every step of the way. Once the trial is over and the fate of your family member is decided, you will be incredibly grateful that you employed the services of bail bond agents because without them, you would have had no way to see your loved one through this hard process. If you loved one is stuck in jail, speak to someone who can help you, you will not regret it!

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