Frequently Asked Questions for Bail Bonds in Los Angeles | Bail Bonds

What is a surety bond?

A surety bond is one in which the co-signer hires a bail bond agent to post a bail bond and obtain the release of the defendant. The co-signer pays a fee plus a bail bond premium that is equal to 10% of the total bond amount. The fee is non-negotiable and non-returnable. When a surety bond is in effect, the co-signer is responsible for the entire bond amount if something happens and the defendant does not honor their obligations and appear for their court hearings or remain in compliance with the court's stipulations. Once the case is closed, the bond will be released and any monies owed to the co-signer will be returned.



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