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November 2019
While the answer is almost always “No” to a question “Can you bail someone out with no money?” there are circumstances when people may not have to post bail, and that option is called “own recognizance”, or “O.R.”
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Sentencing for a crime in Texas is based on which category or level the offense falls into. There are multiple levels and they all may have different levels of bail and punishment.
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October 2019
The minimum is about five days, and from there it doubles and triples, based on why the person was in jail in the first place, or what is he or she accused of.
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Here is some legal terminology that actually answers the question of who sets the bail in Texas.
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Bail bond forfeitureBail bond forfeiture results when conditions of bail aren't met or court appearances are missed by an accused individual. Once a person charged with a crime misses the court date, a bench warrant is issued for their arrest. The court also states a forfeiture date on which the bail amount must be paid if the charged person isn't found.The forfeiture of a bond or the setting aside of such a forfeiture are usually discretionary decisions within the realm of the court. In...
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In most countries, only government law enforcement officers have authority to go after and arrest fugitives from justice. But in the United States, bounty hunters (also called “fugitive recovery agents”)—private citizens who make it their profession to track down and capture bail jumpers—have been around for a long time. Laws that govern bounty hunting differ by jurisdiction, but almost all states allow fugitive recovery agents to operate in some capacity within their bor...
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September 2019
Here is the basic bail bonds info that will show you and your dearest how to get out of jail.In Texas, bail bond laws are different from county to county. Although there is a state statute governing bonds, most counties have their own rules as well. When choosing a Texas bail bondsman, be sure that they follow all Texas bail bond laws, rules and regulations of the county.One of the biggest rules is that bondsmen in Texas are not allowed to have an office within a lawyers office (or law firm buil...
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Here is a selection of national and local news related to bail bonds and jail.R. Kelly is in jail and still in the news. Some call it “a substantial change of circumstances” but in most cases it is known as “I want my money back.”"An attorney for the woman, Valencia Love, who paid the $100,000 bail money for Kelly to be released from jail earlier this year asked Flood to return that money to her. “There’s been a substantial change of circumstances,”...
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Bail BondsmanA bail bondsman is an agent for an insurance company who specializes in providing bail bonds for people charged with crimes. By posting bail, the bail bondman guarantees to the court that the defendant will appear in court each and every time the judge requires them to. Bail bondsmen are usually found close to the local courthouse and jail. If a bail bondsman has reason to believe a person he bailed out is about to flee, he may revoke the bond and surrender his client to jail.If the...
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These are the real reviews our customers leave on Google. We are thankful for it. Our hope is that it will provide you with better scope of our work. Manny answered the call in a very polite manner. I informed him that transportation was an issue for me, and he informed me that I can do co-signer paperwork online! Which was great! He was very informative, and kept me updated throughout the entire process. I gotta say this man is good at what he does. Thank you Manny, great work! Also, thank...
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