How to Find Out the Amount of Bond for an Inmate


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A bond is the amount of money or security that's needed to get someone out of jail; it is set by the court. Bond can be posted by the defendant in a case, or it can be posted by you, if you're 18 years old or older. You also have the option of posting the bond through a bail bondsman. However the bond is posted, you must first determine the amount of the bond. There are three methods of determining the bond amount so that you can make an informed decision on how to proceed.Difficulty:ModerateInstructions Things You'll Need
Phonebook
Telephone
Computer with Internet service

Using a Bail BondsmanUse the phonebook and locate a local bail bondsman in the comm


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