what happens when you stop paying bail bonds?

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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: 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 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: 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 ...

Answered: How do county bail bonds work

Thank you, this helps a lot.
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Who do i need to contact in the state of missouri to become a bail

This web site explains what steps are necessary. http://www.ehow.com/how_4425001_become-bail-bondsman-missouri.html

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 ...

What happens to the bail money once it is paid?

I believe the money is put into the court system to pay for court fees and costs of keeping prisoners in jail.