Professional Bail Bondsman have been in existence in the United States since 1898. The very first bondsman could be found in San Francisco, CA.
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How is Bail Amount Determined?
Bail amount is almost always made by a judge. The judge typically follows standard practices when deciding bail amount. For the most part, this takes place at the defendant’s first court appearance after an arrest, which may be either a bail hearing or an arraignment. Though there are common bail amounts set for certain crimes, judges do have the power to deny or grant bail altogether.
What is an Own Recognizance Bond?
As with many components of the legal system, an own recognizance bond or OR bond is something that sounds a little more confusing than it actually is. We’ll walk you through this in order that you better understand your options before going to your bail hearing.
Do I Qualify for Bail?
Not everyone gets a chance to be at home while waiting for their court date. Some people don’t qualify for bail. If you don’t know if you’re qualified or not, educate yourself. While no one wants to be arrested, or spend time in jail, knowing your options give you a better understanding, and a bit more control, over the process. So, below is some information that will help you understand whether or not you qualify for bail.