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Bail bonds in Atlanta, GA: Fulton, Clayton, Cobb & DeKalb County.
Bail bonds in Atlanta, GA: Fulton, Clayton, Cobb & DeKalb County.

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How Much is a Bond for a Failure to Appear? #bailbonds #law

A failure to appear charge is a serious infraction in which a commercial bail bond most likely will not be granted. However, if the FTA (Failure to Appear) charge is deemed eligible for a surety bond, finding a bonding company to take on that risk will…
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Can Defendants Leave the State/Country While on Bond? #bailbonds #travel

There are a few reasons in which a defendant will want to leave the state after they have been bonded out of jail, but their court date has not yet arrived. The need to leave the state or country usually revolves around a sudden family illness, a death in…
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The Four Different Types of Bail Bonds Most Commonly Used in Georgia Courts #bailbonds #law

When you do a quick inmate search on either our website or the local county sheriff’s site, you might have questions regarding the different types of bail bonds available to get a defendant released from that particular jail. In this post, we’ll explain…
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What Happens When You Don't Pay the Bondsman? #bailbonds

So, you’ve just got your friend or loved one released on bond with a payment plan, but what happens when you don’t pay a bondsman for that installment plan? There are several things that could happen, which we’ll get into in this post. However, what…
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Are Bail Bonds Companies Profitable? #bailbonds

You’d think that with the number of bonding companies located in every major metropolitan area, every bail bond company would be profitable, right? Especially in areas with high crime-rates, a bonding company might seem like an all-upside profitable…
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What Happens When You Co-Sign a Bail Bond #bailbonds

Bail bonds are like any other financial transaction when cosigning. What happens when you cosign on a bail bond is that you are now liable for the sum of money should the primary signer default. If the defendant does not appear in court, you, as a…
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If you paid a bail bonds company to get a defendant out of jail and the charges are dropped, or the case is dismissed, you won’t get a refund. The bondsman still delivered a service and got the inmate released on bond without you having to pay the full…
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Its amazing to learn how bail bonds get paid on a defendant and co-signer’s behalf once you understand how all of the interested parties work in unison. In this post, we cut through all of the jargon and break down how a bondsman covers payment for a bail…
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A lot of people are asking how a bonding company and the bail bondsman who work there make money. Some have even asked if this method of earning an income is moral and furthermore, how much they charge the general public to get a defendant released. We’ll…
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In order to determine how much a bail bond will cost, you have to look at several different factors. The bail amount, the co-signer’s qualifications, the stipulations the judge has set on bail, and the risk to the bonding company all play an important…
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