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08/11/2017
By: John D.
5 Percent Bail Bonds, Co.
I just called this company at 11:15 PM. Got my call answered and will have my better half out of her box (county booking)_shortly. I will follow up on this review tomorrow to let you know if all works out later to night. It is now 1:54 AM and Christian the bailman did everything needed to get my better half out and we are home. Pretty good job and I would recommend them if the need arises for you.
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09/06/2015
By: Mike H.
Central Booking Bail Bonds
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07/22/2015
By: Edd T.
PA Bail Bonds
PA Bail Bonds is great!!! I recommend them to EVERYBODY who needs bailed out of jail or who has someone who they need to bail out.They offer PAYMENT PLANS!!!! No other Bail Agency in the county wanted to work with me on the payments. Their motto sure does speak for itself. I knew someone STUCK IN JAIL, so I CALLED THEM FOR BAIL. Mr. Marquette and his team were very helpful and offered a fast, timely pickup service as soon as we had the payment arrangement set up. He also helped us with lawyer resources and offered to take my friend where he needed to go to without hesitation. They had an answer for every question we had because we didn't exactly know all the stipulations and rules that we had to follow!!!!Thanks PA BAIL!!!
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Bail bond premiums are not refundable. These are considered payment for the bail bond agent's services.
A co-signer is a person who arranges bail for another person. This individual pledges to post bond on behalf of the agent should the defendant fail to appear in court. Similarly, a co-signer will provide payment for the bail bondsman if the defendant does not do so.
Bail is set by a judge and determined by the crime in question, the defendant's criminal history, how likely that person will or won't show up to court, and other factors.
Collateral options include but are not limited to:
  • Vehicles
  • Real estate
  • Savings
  • Investments
  • Jewelry
After a case is over, the bond is returned to the entity who posted it -- the bail bond agent or the defendant. Premiums paid to bail bondsmen generally are not returned.

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