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Bail Bonds vs. Cash Bonds

Bail Bonds vs. Cash Bonds

A bail bond is when a third party representative posts bail in the defendant's name using a bond. Cash bail is when the defendant pays cash upfront to the court instead of using a bond. What else is different between these two? Keep reading to find out!

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Find a Bail Bond Agent in Utah Fast!

Find a Bail Bond Agent in Utah Fast!

Find a bail bond agent in Utah fast!! Sportsman Bailbonds has agents all across Utah, making it easy for them to get to you as soon as possible. They will also have all the forms and paperwork ready for you to sign. Giving you the fastest services in the least amount of time possible.

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How to Write to Someone Who is in Jail 

How to Write to Someone Who is in Jail 

Letters are also an excellent keepsake for memories. Because jail and prison are two different things, we will talk about them both to help you know how to write to your loved one if they are in either of them. We hope that these steps will help you at your best convenience.

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What Happens When I Miss a Court Date While I Have a Bond

What Happens When I Miss a Court Date While I Have a Bond

When you miss a court date while you have a bond, all the money you had on a bond will need to be paid in full, and the judge will then forfeit the bond by requiring you to spend the rest of your trial wait in jail. When the judge forfeits the bond, it informs the insurance company and the bail agency. At this time, they are required to get you back into court as soon as they can. The judge will also send out a bench warrant to police officers, giving them the right to arrest you on the spot. 

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What Happens if You Don't Pay Bail Bonds

What Happens if You Don't Pay Bail Bonds

Not being able to pay bail means you could be stuck in jail for one or more months. The time of your court date will usually determine how long you stay in jail before trial. Once the judge has come to a verdict, you may or may not be released from jail. If you can not pay your bail money, this usually will bring the court date up to and averages around 30 days. However, it could take even longer, depending on whether or not your lawyer needs more time for your case. Your court hearing may also be delayed or rescheduled if one or both of the lawyers are not able to make it to the court date. 

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Should I Post My Friend or Family Members Bail?

Should I Post My Friend or Family Members Bail?

Trusting your friend to uphold the law and show up to their court dates may be harder than you think. You don't want to be stuck paying your friend's bail money if they don't show up to court. Knowing if you should post your family member's bail is a lot easier when you know you can trust them.

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What is Parole?

What is Parole?

What is parole? How do you get parole? What is life like on parole? We answer these questions and more about parole in this article.

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How to Find Out if Someone is in Jail

How to Find Out if Someone is in Jail

If you are looking for a friend or family member and want to know if they could be in jail, we have a great tool that can help you. Here is what you need to know and the info you should provide to find out quick!

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What is the Difference Between Jail and Prison?

What is the Difference Between Jail and Prison?

Jail and prison have some similarities, but aren't exactly the same. Here we go over the differences.

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Park City Bail Bonds - Sportsman' Bail Bonds

Park City Bail Bonds - Sportsman' Bail Bonds

Need bail bond help in Park City? Look no further. Sportsman's Bail Bond's is the highest rated Bail Company around for a reason. We will take care of you.

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