Criminal cases in the United States District Courts require federal bail bonds rather than state bonds. Federal bonds have a different set of rules associated with them and the bail premiums generally are charged at 15%. Federal judges will decide the amount of the bail, rather than a bail schedule which is common to counties in California. A federal bond will also require collateral as they are generally considered to be higher risk. It is important to mention that the rules and protocol for federal bonds is much different than local bail bonds. This is why you must be sure to contact a bail agent that is experienced and trustworthy to handle a federal bond case. Contact us for experience you can trust.
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