Federal Bonds

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Bail bonds for crimes in U.S. District courts are considered federal bonds. These bonds serve the same purpose as other types of bail bonds. They release you from jail on the guarantee you'll appear at all court proceedings.

Federal offenses include any interstate crime. There is no schedule of bail amounts for individual offenses.

The judge, during an arraignment hearing, determines the bail bonds amount. It's not uncommon to have the bail amounts in federal cases set at high levels, making obtaining release more difficult. A bail agent is able to write federal bonds for a charge.

Federal bail bonds are subject to forfeiture, should you miss your court appearances. The date of forfeiture is determined by the court judge. Forfeited bonds are paid to the U.S. government. A bail agent experienced in bail bonds can provide additional information.

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State Bonds are also commonly referred to as appearance bonds. These Bonds are set by a Judge of the County or Circuit Court where the accused is being held pending trial.

State Bonds in most states including the State of California cost 10%. Some states can be a little more, up to 15%. Collateral for these bonds can range from partial cash to homes, raw land, credit cards, stocks, bonds, bank CDs, and high-priced items such as boats, airplanes, helicopters, and expensive cars.

Federal Bonds are essentially a combination of performance and appearance bonds set by a Federal Judge or Magistrate of the US Government pending trial.

Federal Bonds cost 15%. Collateral for these bonds can range from partial cash to homes, raw land, credit cards, stocks, bonds, bank CDs, and high-priced items such as boats, airplanes, helicopters, and expensive cars.

For more information or to discuss your particular case, call us at 1-877-990-2245.

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