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Facts About the Bail Bonds Process

A bail bondsman is a person, corporation or agency that will legally act as a guarantee and bond with cash or property for the defendant's appearance in court. Bail bondsmen earn money when the defendant appears in court and is found guilty. They have to arrange for or own bail bonds Berks County PA themselves and charge reasonable fees to the defendants. There are two different kinds of bail: non-custodial and custodial. Custodial Bail Bondsmen Custodial bail bondsmen allow the accused to travel with or without their money. If the defendant appears at all scheduled appearances, the bail bondsman then takes over managing the accused's bail. The only person who has a right to look into the case is the bail bondsman. Non-Custodial Bail Bondsmen Non-custodial bail bondsmen do not need

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