Types of Bail Bonds
This type of bond is issued when an officer arrests a suspect but
releases immediately, asking him/her to appear before the judge on a
stated date. A best example for citation release is a traffic ticket!
This release will be granted on one’s own recognizance with a pledge
signed to appear before the court on the scheduled date. Although, no
payment is required to secure this release, the court will charge a fee if
the defendant fails to show up on the specified date.
This type of bail is ordered for persons who are in the flight risk list.
Even before the defendant is released, he/she has to pay the amount
ordered by the court. The amount will be so high that most of them
cannot afford to pay.
This is one of the most common types of bail bonds. In this case, the
surety bond is secured by the third party through bail bondsman for
the defendant. The third party has to coordinate with the bondsman
about the loan terms and release demands.
The name itself clearly defines about the bond. Yes! In property bond,
the property is used as collateral against the bail. Any type of property
can be used provided the defendant has full rights to use the property
for the bond.
For bail bonds in Tampa, contact Abby’s Bail Bonds
Ph.: 813.231.8520 / 813.241.4355