Otherwise known as surety bonds, bail bonds are the most common method to post bail. These are a type of bond that can only be issued by a licensed bail bonds agency (such as ASAP Bail Bonds) and are valued at the same sum for which they are written. A bail bond is posted after […]
Anyone can pay the total cash bail for a defendant including the defendant themselves. Most will accept cash, credit, traveler’s check, or other legal tender.
A property bond operates on collateral only. The collateral must be equal to the amount of bail. If the defendant does not show up in court, the collateral is surrendered.
Bail bonds must be issued by licensed bail bonds companies that are authorized to operate in the county or state where the jail is located. ASAP Bail Bondsman is a certified MGA (Managing General Agent), a license that permits our agency to act as a broker for the insurance companies, giving our company access to […]
In the case of a federal charge, including interstate crimes and offenses that occur on federal property, co-signers must apply for a federal bail bond.
Immigration Bail Bonds There are two types of immigration bail bonds: Delivery Bonds and Voluntary Bonds. Both are for non-citizens who have been arrested and charged with a criminal offense. They are special because a defendant may all face immigration proceedings and possible detention. Delivery bonds release the defendant with the promise that they will […]
There are several options available when someone is required to post a bail bond. The type of bail depends on a number of factors, including the scope of the offense for which the defendant is charged, the total value of the bail, and the client’s current financial situation. Below are the most common types of […]