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FAQ About Bail Bonds in Huntington Beach
A bail bond is a financial guarantee made on behalf of the defendant that they will make all of their court appearances. A bail bond is a service provided by a bail bondsman. The bail bondsman guarantees the full amount of the bail to the court via the use of an insurance bond, and charges the defendant a percentage of the total bail amount for this service.
When you use a bail bond you are putting up a financial guarantee with the court that the defendant will make all of their court appearances. You pay a bail bondsman for the service of putting up the full amount of the bail bond with the court, typically no more than 10% of the total bond amount. After the bond is posted the person will be released from jail. They will be obligated to make all of their court appearances or else they will incur extra fines and be put back in jail.
An indemnitor is the person who assumes the financial liability for bailing someone out of jail. In the event that the defendant doesn’t show up in court, the indemnitor, or the person who cosigns the bail bond agreement, will be financially responsible for the bail bond.