Bail Bond Agents
The court system is expensive. Along with raising bail you must also consider court cost and the cost of hiring a defense attorney. This can put considerable strain on a family and add to the already emotional atmosphere. In many cases the cost is just too much for a defendant or family to handle. In such instances, Lucky Bail Bonds Riverside can act as a co-signer to post the bail for the defendant, a relative, or a close family friend. If everything works out, you could pay as little as 10% of the bail amount and provide a collateral to the bail agent for the rest of the amount. Using a Lucky Bail Riverside agent allows you or your loved one to be out of custody until the day of the trail in court. Your life will go back to normal again till your day in court. The bail agent will provide for the many of the defendant’s needs to ensure that the defendant appears before the court as and when summoned. They should always be sure of the defendant’s whereabouts and should be able to locate the defendant in case of forfeit.
Lucky Bail Riverside agents can provide the co-signer or the defendant with the receipts and copies of all signed documents and the information regarding the status of the bond and changes, if any, in assigned court dates. This will include clear documentation regarding the status of any court imposed costs due. The bail agent must be able to provide the timely return of collateral upon exoneration of the bond.
Lucky Bail Riverside agents will explain the total amount of the bond, plus the actual, necessary and reasonable expenses incurred in connection to the transaction. The amount of the bail bond has to be determined by the court. The co-signer is responsible in the case of an absconding defendant. The co-signer will be responsible for all the expenses incurred while searching for the defendant. The co-signer must be employed and must be living in the same area for some time, in the event a collateral is not provided.
The prerequisites for become a bail bond agent consist of first being a citizen of the United States or resident alien and must be 18 years of age and either. Must complete the training and complete the test. The applicant must have no criminal record in any jurisdiction for the past ten years. The application, classes, and test aren't cheap.