INMATE ARREST/WARRANT SEARCH
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
A monetary guarantee filed with the court whereby a defendant is temporarily placed in the custody of the posting bail agency. Further, the bail agency promises the court the defendant will appear each and every time they are ordered to do so while their case is pending.
Yes, when a bail agency posts a bail bond with the jail or court, the bail agency is taking responsibility for the defendant to appear at all future court dates. For example, if a defendant does not follow the terms and conditions of the bail agency, then the defendant risks being returned to jail! We provide the comfort of not being in a jail cell. However, if a defendant fails to communicate or check in as required then they may be returned to jail.
15% of the bond is the standard premium. However, No Hold Bail Bonds offers as low as 3% down on approved bonds. Also, union members, members of the military, veterans, and clients (defendants) represented by a private attorney may qualify to be released on a lower bail premium. No Hold Bail Bonds is committed to beating anyone’s rates to every client who qualifies!
Yes if qualified.
Every case is different. Generally, collateral is necessary with very high bail amounts. Whether you need collateral will depend on the specific circumstances of your case.
Anything of resale value. However, if you’re a homeowner then a signature may be all that’s needed or a lien will be placed on your home based on the bond amount and the required equity. Equity is defined as market value versus what’s owed on the home.
Recent sale amounts for homes similar to yours. For example, if you currently owe $375,000.00 on your home and the homes in your area are being sold for $475,000.00, then you have $100,000.00 equity. However, it really depends on the condition of your home and the current market. Please call if you have questions.
The court will issue a warrant for the arrest of the defendant. In addition, a notice will be sent to us regarding the failure to appear. However, we will be happy to assist you in either reinstating the bail with the court or surrendering the defendant back to custody.
Call us immediately so we can make sure you are protected. Communication is very important.
In the event of a forfeiture (when the defendant failed or refused to appear in court as required) there will be court costs. The worst case scenario is a summary judgement where the defendant cannot be located and you have to pay the entire bond amount. If the defendant failed to appear due to a valid excuse, then the bond can be reinstated. Court fees vary from $75 and up. If a motion has to be filed to vacate the forfieture then you will be liable to pay for all legal fees.
In most cases we can clear warrants with the court and set a new court date. However, each case is different. Call and ask for assistance.
Release times vary from City Police Departments, Jail facilities, and County Detention Centers. Most of the time a County Jail releases defendants within 1 to 3 hours.
It is against the law for a bail bond company to refer an attorney.