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Avoid These Common Mistakes During the Bail Bonds Process

The first few hours after you get arrested are confusing and stressful. You are most likely looking for the fastest way to leave jail and return home to your family. Posting Lehigh County bail bonds is typically your best choice, particularly when you can’t afford the price of bail. Many things can happen, unfortunately, that jeopardize people being released throughout the process of posting bond.

The following describes a few of the most popular mistakes you’ll want to avoid if you ever post bond.

Using the Wrong Bond Agency

Depending on your location, it’s likely that numerous bail bond companies out there are vying for your business. Figuring out which bond agency to utilize can be difficult. Refer to these tips to make sure the stress of finding a bail bond agency is alleviated:

• Ask your lawyer
On top of offering you good legal advice, your lawyer is an excellent source of information about trustworthy, established bond companies.

• Be wary of cheap bonds
Almost every state has a set percentage that needs to be compensated to a bond agency to ensure the release of client—like 10%. Less established bond agencies can often lower this cost, which is illegal in a lot of states.

Selecting a bail bond agency with an outstanding reputation and a constructive relationship with your lawyer will help make your release go as smoothly as possible. This way you’re able to reconnect with your family much faster.

Lying to the Court and the Bond Company

The bond agency and the court are going to ask numerous questions during the process of securing bail. Such questions are meant to prove that you won’t just pay your bail obligations, but that you’re reliable and will fulfill your obligations to both your court and the bond agency. They will typically ask you fundamental questions like your place of employment and address. Being honest to both your bond company and the court is crucial to preventing them from denying future bonds.…

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