Bail Money

When waiting for the court date to arrive, defendants and accused can avoid staying in jail or prison for weeks, months or even years in some jurisdictions by making bail. Bail and bail bonds are monies paid to the court in agreement with signing a contract that states that a person will come to court on the day their case is heard.

Bail amounts can vary vastly depending on the defendant’s history, of what they are being accused of and much more. Bail money is the term used to referred to the amount stipulated for the defendant to pay to the court to get out of jail.

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