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Once the bond is exonerated, the bondsman can no longer arrested the individual he bailed out. However, who ever signed as guarantor is still legally liable.
However, you will pay more than 15% as there are other fees tacked on by the courts when you bail allow. The same Nevada law allows a bail bondsman to charge for other services including notary fees and travel.
A bondsman can require collateral. Collateral is property that guarantees the bond.
Bail is a good asset:
It permits arrestees to continue their normal lives before facing the verdict
A bail bond agent requires a down payment for the bail amount. The bail agency then provides the balance of the bond to the court. The defendant is paying the agency to pay for the bail. The agency then gets a full refund of the required amount, but the defendant does not get any of that money back.
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