what happens when you stop paying bail bonds?

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Answered: What happens if a person doesn't pay a small claims settlement?

Also, the creditor can report an unpaid debt to the credit bureaus, which will hurt your credit rating.

Answered: How can you start your own bail bonds company? Do ...

In Virginia anyone interested in becoming a bail agent must go thru a 40 hour training course first and than apply for a license thru the Virginia Dept. of Criminal Justice Services-be advised the entire process can be time consuming and it can get expensive to obtain

Answered: How do i get a bail bonds license

I have been wondering the same thing. For the longest time I didn't know that you could receive a license, I just didn't know a lot about the process for a the longest time. I have learned more about bail bonds in Salt Lake City over the past little while. Very interesting stuff. http ...

Answered: How do county bail bonds work

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Answered: What is a bail bond?

When you are arrested the judge has a few options for release conditions. Bail can be denied, you may be released on your own recognizance, or there may be a bail bond. There is in some states still an option of a third party release. Most defendants are entitled to make bail bonds prior to trial ...
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After paying my bond can i change bail bond agent due to bad custumer

you can actually change bail bonds, u may have 2 either turn yourself in and rebond out or , depends on that city , county or parish (louisiana) u may can just process in and out at the window, but yes u can change bondsman...they may tell u different so that u will or may be bind in with a contract ...

What is the differance between Bond and Bail

I think it depends on which end the $ are. You may owe $ for bail and barrow that money from a bond provider. If you have sufficient money to pay the bail you would not need a bond provider.

Does anyone know information on bail bonds?

Bail Schedules vary from State to State and County to County. Feel free to call EXCALIBUR BAIL BONDS Inc. at (714) 879-9300 or (619) 234-8600. A licensed Bail Agent will be able to help you no matter when you call. http://www.excaliburbailbonds.net or http:www.myspace.com/excaliburbailbonds

Does anyone know anything about bail bonds?

When you are arrested the judge has a few options for release conditions. Bail can be denied, you may be released on your own recognizance, or there may be a bail bond. There is in some states still an option of a third party release. Most defendants are entitled to make bail bonds prior to trial ...