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If you or a friend are facing incarceration, you may wonder what legal rights you will retain while in jail. Certain rights you will definitely lose. These include the right to a warranted search, the right to privacy, and employment rights like a minimum…
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After someone has been arrested, they are generally given the option to post bail. This is a deposit that is made in the form of cash, a bond or property that ensures the defendant will appear in court when they are supposed to. The defendant always has…
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In the state of Texas, like many states, Bail Recovery Agents, or Bounty Hunters, have well-rounded rights for finding and bringing in fugitives. Through the contracts you sign with your bond company, you give them the power to come and get you in the…
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Probation represents an alternative to a jail sentence. The probationer still gets convicted of a crime, but has the opportunity to remain a productive member of society. Of course, probation comes with many rules and requirements. While these differ…
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If you currently have a warrant out for your arrest, you may be worried about being taken by surprise, or arrested a your home or place of work. However, you shouldn’t be living in fear. At ATX Bail Bonds, we offer solutions to clients with arrest…
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If you or a loved one has been arrested it’s important to know what bail bond to use to secure your release from jail. There are many types of bail bonds, but there are one that is more common than others. Below are the most common types of bail bonds…
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  Getting arrested and being charged with a crime is never a comforting experience and the financial expenses only make it more stressful. Here are some reasons that it might cost you an arm and a leg.   How Bail Amount is Determined Bail fines are…
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4 Of the Most Expensive Bail Bonds Ever

Depending on what kind of crime you commit, bail bonds can be a bit pricey. Usually, if it’s a really bad offense, bail bond prices can be set as high as $10,000. However, there have been many cases where bail bonds have been set at $10 million or more! Here are four of the most expensive bail bonds ever.

4 Of the Most Expensive Bail Bonds Ever
The Most Expensive Bail Bonds Have Been Up to $250 Million.

MICHAEL MILKEN

One of the most notoriously expensive bails bonds was when Michael Milken was arrested in 1989 for 98 counts of racketeering and security fraud. His bail was set at 250 million dollars. Milken was found guilty and sentenced to ten years in prison, but only served two years of his sentence.

KENING MA AND SHIRLEY JI

This is a husband/wife duo who had a combined bail bond price of 175 million dollars, one of the most expensive bail bonds in the world. Kening Ma and Shirley Ji were living in Southern California and selling all-terrain vehicles. Doesn’t seem like a big deal except they were selling the all-terrain vehicles without a smog certificate, which is a big no-no. Ma’s bail was set at 100 million, while Ji’s was set at 75 million.

JULIUS MEINL

Julius Meinl is a British billionaire who was arrested in 2009 for suspicious of being involved in secretive share buybacks that were linked to his European Land Company. Meinl’s bail bond was set at 133 million dollars, making is an expensive bail bond amount, even for a billionaire.

Do you need bail bond services in Austin, TX? Call the Bail Bondsmen at ATX Bail Bonds at (614) 276-1510 today.

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Depending on what kind of crime you commit, bail bonds can be a bit pricey. Usually, if it’s a really bad offense, bail bond prices can be set as high as $10,000. However, there have been many cases where bail bonds have been set at $10 million or more!…
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When you have been released from jail on bail, it is mandatory that the defendant shows up to court on their specific court date. However, there are instances when individuals decide to jump bail and not show up to court. If this happens, there tend to be…
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