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#5
I think you are mistaken. When a bail bondsman sources a bond they generally secure the bond with some asset promised by the purchaser. As long as there is no call on the bond, life goes on. If the bond is called and the bond issuer (effectively an insurance company) has to pay out on the bond, they will want to be repaid (that is how a bail bond differs from an insurance policy). If the purchaser promised their home, then the bond agency will take title to the home.

But not all gun charges are federal charges. In fact most are state charges.
 
#7
I think you are mistaken. When a bail bondsman sources a bond they generally secure the bond with some asset promised by the purchaser. As long as there is no call on the bond, life goes on. If the bond is called and the bond issuer (effectively an insurance company) has to pay out on the bond, they will want to be repaid (that is how a bail bond differs from an insurance policy). If the purchaser promised their home, then the bond agency will take title to the home.

But not all gun charges are federal charges. In fact most are state charges.
I think you are mistaken. When a bail bondsman sources a bond they generally secure the bond with some asset promised by the purchaser. As long as there is no call on the bond, life goes on. If the bond is called and the bond issuer (effectively an insurance company) has to pay out on the bond, they will want to be repaid (that is how a bail bond differs from an insurance policy). If the purchaser promised their home, then the bond agency will take title to the home.

But not all gun charges are federal charges. In fact most are state charges.
openn this it will tell u all his charges
What is the name of your state?washington
 
#8
I think you are mistaken. When a bail bondsman sources a bond they generally secure the bond with some asset promised by the purchaser. As long as there is no call on the bond, life goes on. If the bond is called and the bond issuer (effectively an insurance company) has to pay out on the bond, they will want to be repaid (that is how a bail bond differs from an insurance policy). If the purchaser promised their home, then the bond agency will take title to the home.

But not all gun charges are federal charges. In fact most are state charges.
they sent me a forclosure letter in the mail wanting me to pay the rest of bail when they havent done any thing for the money
 
#11
the all city bail posted the wrong bond and his bail was revoked
  • Robbery in the first degree in 2000
  • Theft in the second degree in 1999
  • Unlawful possession of a firearm in the first degree in 1999
  • Attempt to elude a pursuing police vehicle in 1998
  • Assault in the third degree in 1998
  • Assault in the third degree in 1995
  • Assault in the second degree in 1995
 
#12
this is the charges he was convicted of
  • Rape of a child in the third degree
  • Child molestation in the third degree
  • 10 counts of unlawful possession of a firearm in the first degree
  • Possession of a stolen firearm
  • Distribution of a controlled substance to a minor
 

Just Blue

Senior Member
#14
One has to wonder why someone would post or co-sign to bail someone out of jail with such charges and such a criminal history. Seems like you bet on the wrong pony and lost.
 
#15
Who are you in this?

And this was a state court so I have no idea why you believe there is to be some “federal bond”.

How was it the bondsman fault the bail was revoked?

And as a co-signer, that person becomes equally liable for the bond payment if the bond is called.
 
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