Here we present four common types of bail bonds that are used in Indiana. depending on your situation, one of these can be used if you or a loved one is arrested.
Posts made in September 2019
Things To Do If Your Teenage Child Gets Arrested
Five things to do if your teenage child is arrested. These are useful and helpful for both you and your teenage child. With a bail bondsman, you can get them out quickly. Continue reading
3 Things You Should Know About Allen County Bail Bonds to Get Someone Out Of Jail
Allen County was making headlines recently over the arrest of two individuals who were taken into custody on the grounds of drug charges. Continue reading
A Brief Guide on Property Bonds and How to Get It for Your Loved Ones in Jail
State laws lay out stringent criteria for who classifies as a reliable bail bond agent and who doesn’t. According to the Indiana Department of Insurance, bail bond agents should not only be fully licensed, but must also attend a 12-hour long pre-licensing course. Continue reading
Want To Help Friend Or Family Members In Jail? Here’s What You Should Do
According to the US Bureau of Justice Statistics, 21.6% of the total prison population in the US comprises pre-trial detainees. Continue reading
The Consequences of Skipping Bail
Appearing before a court of law is nerve-wracking. Just being in front of a jury puts your entire reputation at stake. Moreover, every word you utter could have a lasting impact on the judge’s final decision. Continue reading
Bail Bondsmen vs. Bounty Hunters: What’s the Difference?
We’ve all grown up being asked to be a responsible citizen and not do anything that’s against the law. Continue reading
FAQs about Bail Bonds that You Should Know the Answers to
In July 2019, eleven counties in Indiana tested a bail bond pilot relief program. Under this program, lawmakers and other officials got together to determine whether it’s necessary to post bail if you’re awaiting trial. Continue reading
Common Bail Bond Scams You Should Know About
Being put in prison has many costs—the emotional cost of being away from your family, the financial cost of losing out on work, and hefty legal fees. And when you’re so emotionally and financially stressed out, falling prey to a scam is the last thing that you could need. Continue reading
Drinking and Driving: What Are the Risk Factors?
Alcohol-related accidents involving drinkers and non-drinkers alike are a huge problem in America and are increasing day by day. According to statistics, an estimated 30 people die in accidents that involve a person driving under the influence every day. Continue reading