Month: November 2011

State of Utah Eliminating Financing of Bail Bonds?

In 2010 the Utah Department of Insurance added language to Rule 590-164-4 to require all bail bond companies to charge customers a minimum of 10% on the total amount of the bail.  Prior to this change the law limited bail bond companies to no more than 20%.  While this law appeared to “even the playing field” for the bail bond companies it actually hinders the free market system by imposing strict guidelines on how bail bond companies operate.

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4 Things a Judge Considers When Deciding Bail

The right of an accused to follow their court proceedings out of remand centers is granted by the right to bail under the …

5 Reasons a Judge Might Deny Bail

Understanding the rigid legal process from the time of arrest to the time of sentencing can be confusing and overwhelming. …

How to Find a Reputable Bail Agent

Finding a bail bondsman can be difficult and you often have to do it in a hurry so you or your loved one can be released …