The law enforcement and court system have different types of bond agreements for each arrested person, depending on several factors. However, for every kind of bail bond settlement, the underlying factor will be to prevent you from escaping justice systems you are set to face. This includes appearing for court hearings. Usually, a judge handles your bail hearing to determine whether to allow the bail. He/she also has the discretion to change the bail amount or deny it entirely, depending on the offense charge. For example, if you committed a capital offense, you will likely be denied release on bail. Conversely, the judge may order different types of bail payments.
A surety bond is among the most sought after options to post bail and get released from jail. The bond is usually a better alternative to posting cash bail, which often results in several risks and problems related to the security of your cash amount. Therefore, a surety bond is more secure and effective when seeking to leave jail in preparation for a court arraignment. Usually, posting a surety bond requires an agreement between a certified bail bondsman and a cosigner who provides surety for the bond amount, in case you default the judge's orders and fail to show up in court. It is good to have an insurance provider as the bond cosigner because the company must cover you in adverse scenarios. Once the cosigner and bail bondsman agree on the terms of the bond, we will go ahead to post the full bond amount required in court. We charge a small percentage of the total bond amount posted as a service fee.
Providing a cash bail or bond requires an upfront payment of the full amount in cash, credit or debit card. If you face charges for a more severe offense, the judge might make it more difficult for you to secure release. If so, the judge will not accept any surety bond against property, especially when you cannot afford the full cash amount at once. However, with the help of Marvin Bailbond, you can post the full amount in time for release. We present an exclusive agreement that requires us to make the payment for a service fee.
A property bond involves your personal property to the court in place of cash to settle a bond agreement. Hence, you present your property to the court, giving it the right to exercise a lien on the property as a bond against making all required court appearances. Non-compliance leads to property foreclosure for conversion to the bail amount.