Category: Bail Bondsman

Co-signing a bail bond entails signing a promissory note or an indemnity agreement which financially obligates you to pay the entire bail amount if the accused person or persons do not appear in court.

Your Role as a Co-Signer of a Utah Bail Bond

What Does Co-signing a Bail Bond Mean?

Co-signing a bail bond entails signing a promissory note or an indemnity agreement which financially obligates you to pay the entire bail amount if the accused person or persons do not appear in court. After co-signing the bail bond, the accused will subsequently be released from detention during the resolution period in which his or her charges will be heard in a court of law. Two important points about co-signing:

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Bad Boys Bail Bonds Reflects On Ten Years in Business

Bad Boys Bail Bonds Utah is a family owned bonding agency that began in 2005. This year we are celebrating our 10 year anniversary. We started the business after witnessing people who had made minor legal mistakes being treated like nothing more than a dollar sign. We realized that we could be part of the problem, or part of the solution. We help families navigate the complex legal system and get their loved ones back to their regular lives and jobs. Being in the bail bonds business is rewarding to provide a service people depend on.

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The Effects of Legalized Marijuana on Crime and Incarceration Rates

With this last election, as Alaska, Oregon and our nation’s capital joined Washington and Colorado in legalizing marijuana use within their borders. But what about the effects has the legalization of marijuana had on incarceration rates in states where it's been legalized? Will legalization lower prison populations, ease the strain on law enforcement agencies and help lower crime by allowing law enforcement officers to pursue more serious crimes? Here's what we've discovered, looking both nationwide and to our eastern neighbor Colorado, whose legalization of recreational marijuana use made national headlines last fall:

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MOST SHOCKING CELEBRITY ARRESTS & THEIR BAIL AMOUNTS

Young Jeezy, August of 2014/illegal assault rifle

Bail amount of $1 million

As part of the investigation into the shooting death of a man at a Wiz Khalifa concert, a search warrant was issued for Young Jeezy’s tour bus as Khalifa and Jeezy were touring together. During the search, police found firearms that belonged to the members of Jeezy’s entourage, as well as Jeezy’s illegal assault rifle.

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From Bad to Worse: Why Skipping Bail Should Never Be an Option

Skipping out on bail isn't just an "option" that most people hope they never have to use - it should never be an option in the first place. Getting arrested is already a very serious situation for everyone involved. You don't want to take a bad situation and somehow manage to make it even worse by skipping out on bail. Not only will you be making things more difficult for yourself, but you'll also be creating huge number of new problems for the person who was kind enough to bail you out in the first place.

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Flaws in the U.S. Jail System: World's Most Effective Rehabilitation Methods

The United States incarcerates a greater percentage of its citizens than any other country in the world. Specifically, it is estimated that 743 out of every 100,000 United States citizens are incarcerated at some point in their lives. One of the major issues that people have with this fact is that imprisonment requires more than $60 billion per year for the United States. As such, many have begun to push for the implementation of incarceration alternatives as a means of lowering re-conviction rates and saving the country money.

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Apple Pie, Baseball, and Bail Bonds: A Uniquely American Practice

The idea of using bail bondsmen is unique to the United States and one other country: The Philippines. Other countries use police to handle finding people who skip out on bail, and that bail must be paid to the court, not to an individual at a private company. As a matter of fact, what the US does in allowing bail bondsmen to operate is considered illegal throughout the rest of the world. Bondsmen work by posting a person's bail for a fee that is nonrefundable. Many countries see it as a type of obstruction of justice, but the US does not interpret it that way.

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Thug Life: Jail Experience by Gender

The jail experience, by its very nature, is not a pleasant one. Based on the regulations in most jails that have to be followed, the experience should be uniform for men and women. However, the jail experience differs between men and women. The rules and regulations are the same for both men and women but because men and women handle pressure and isolation in very different ways, so does the jail experience. Today, we're going to discuss the differences in how men and women experience the jail system.

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Lady Justice Statue - Bad Boys Bail Bonds UT

New Laws in Utah 2019

The state of Utah recently passed a few new laws that everyone should know about. By staying up to date on the laws in the …

Save Time and Money with Posting Bail in Utah

Everyone is innocent until proven guilty; however, when people end up in jail, it might not feel that way. Posting bail can …

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8 Helpful Tips to Know when Posting Bail

If you are in a pinch and have been arrested, it can be a difficult time for you and your family. Because of this, it’s …