There are different procedures involved for state bail bonds versus federal bail bonds, which originate in federal district court. If you have been arrested on a federal criminal charge, and you don’t have the resources to pay for your bail, you must first be certain that any bail bond company you use is appointed in Federal Court to post a federal bond.Affordably Easy Bail Bonds is experienced with the federal bail bonds process.
What to Expect with Federal Bail BondsA Magistrate sets the Federal bail and has the discretion to set bail on a federal criminal charge.Typically because of the nature of a Federal Crime, the charges imposed could lead to a higher bail amount, Expect a much higher bond in federal court than in state court, according to bond experts.Fortunately, Affordably Easy Bail Bonds has the ability to post any size bond in Federal Court due to the strength of their surety and their underwriting ability. When it comes to Federal Bail, a defendant pays more. Because of the greater complexity and risks involved with federal bail bonds, the defendant generally pays a 15 percent fee instead of the 10 percent fee for a state bond. The bail bonds company may ask for collateral to secure the bail bond amount. Depending on the crime, federal bail can be hundreds of thousands of dollars or even more. Many federal bail bonds company will look for collateral worth 150 percent of the amount being secured. The federal court judge or a magistrate will hold a hearing to make sure that the money or property a defendant is using to post bail is not the fruit of a criminal endeavor. Known as a “Nebbia hearing,” the defendant must prove to prosecutors that the money or property being used legitimately comes from savings or other verified sources. If the government suspects that money for bail comes from a criminal enterprise, then the bail will be denied. Affordably Easy Bail Bonds has been very successful on sourcing funds to the federal courts on numerous occasions and has been granted the right to post bail for the federal defendant.
Affordably Easy is the Federal Bail Bonds Expert, call us at 877-282-BAIL and let us help you or click on the link below.
Experience Is Important with Federal Bail BondsTypically many bail agencies shy away from federal Bail bonds because a federal court makes the bail agency not only guarantee the appearance of the defendant at every hearing but also must guarantee any pre-trial release conditions.If any of these conditions are not met even though the defendant made his court appearance, the magistrate has the discretion to forfeit the bond, making federal bail bonds extremely risky. While it’s always important to find a bail bondsman who has been on the job awhile and is familiar with all aspects of the industry, it is particularly important to find a bail bonds company with experience in federal court if you find yourself charged with a federal crime. The procedure is slightly different, and a bail bonds company can help with the proof required that the money or property to pay for the bond came from a legitimate source. A company without experience in federal bail bonds can unnecessarily delay the process, meaning you might wait longer than you have to in jail before being released.
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