A criminal defense bondsman is responsible for posting a court bond. The court bond is an amount of money set by a judge. The defendant must pay the figure in order to be released from jail before the time of their hearing. A court can also claim a non-monetary bond, which means things such as personal property are used to post the bond instead of property. It is also possible that a bond to be denied in serious circumstances.
If you need help with posting a bond, Blackburn Betts PLLC is here to assist you. Our bondsmen have decades of insight and expertise when it comes to assisting people in getting the relief and protection they need. We pride ourselves on honest and trustworthy service that ensures the smoothest possible experience for all parties involved.