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How does property collateral for bail bonds work?

Once you have been arrested for a DUI, or Driving Under the Influence, there is a specific process by which you will find yourself walking through. Within this article we will explore what this looks like, what you can expect, and simplify some of the terminology used within each step. Due to the nature of each individual facing circumstances unique unto them, it will be in your best interest to please be sure to contact Gage Gandy for detailed information regarding your specific circumstances. Let’s look at what it will take for you to even be considered for posting property bail as collateral. What exactly is bail collateral? Imagine needing to buy a car or a house and not having enough cash to cover the cost. You would go out and get a loan. This, in simple terms, is what bail collateral is. Bail collateral is offered in place of,

By | 2016-08-09T08:14:43+00:00 September 26th, 2016|Categories: Bail Bond FAQ|0 Comments

Can I negotiate to get bail bond amount reduced?

Successfully navigating each step you take within the process of being arrested can be very overwhelming and daunting at best. One of the most common questions asked, once arrested could you have grounds to negotiate and get your bail bond amount reduced? There is a specific process you take from the moment you are arrested to the time of sentencing. Within this article we will explore what this looks like, what you can expect, and simplify some of the terminology used within each step. Due to the nature of each individual facing circumstances unique unto them, it will be in your best interest to please be sure to contact Gage Gandy for detailed information regarding your specific circumstances. Let’s look at what it will take for an average situation and if you could negotiate a reduced bail bond amount. Who do I negotiate with? There are typically two separate negotiations

By | 2017-01-02T09:12:38+00:00 September 19th, 2016|Categories: Bail Bond FAQ|0 Comments

Under what circumstances can I be denied bail?

Successfully navigating each step you take within the process of being arrested can be very overwhelming and daunting at best. One of the most common questions asked, is what (if any) circumstances can a person be denied bail? There is a specific process you take from the moment you are arrested to the time of sentencing. Within this article we will explore what this looks like, what you can expect, and simplify some of the terminology used within each step. Due to the nature of each individual facing circumstances unique unto them, it will be in your best interest to please be sure to contact Gage Gandy for detailed information regarding your specific circumstances. Let’s look at what it will take for an average situation and if you should meet a Bail Bondsman in person. Isn’t the bail bond process the same for everyone? Generally, in the majority of circumstances,

By | 2017-01-02T09:12:38+00:00 September 15th, 2016|Categories: Bail Bond FAQ|0 Comments

What are my responsibilities while I’m out on bail?

Successfully navigating each step you take within the process of being arrested can be very overwhelming and daunting at best. One of the most common questions is what the person out on bail is responsible for while awaiting their court date. There is a specific process you take from the moment you are arrested to the time of sentencing. Within this article we will explore what this looks like, what you can expect, and simplify some of the terminology used within each step. Due to the nature of each individual facing circumstances unique unto them, it will be in your best interest to please be sure to contact Gage Gandy for detailed information regarding your specific circumstances. Let’s look at what it will take for an average situation and if you should meet a Bail Bondsman in person. Can I leave the State or do I have to stay within

By | 2017-01-02T09:12:38+00:00 September 12th, 2016|Categories: Bail Bond FAQ|0 Comments

Can I travel out of State if I’m out on Bail?

Successfully navigating each step you take within the process of being arrested can be very overwhelming and daunting at best. One of the most common questions is whether the person out on bail can travel out of the State while awaiting their court date. There is a specific process you take from the moment you are arrested to the time of sentencing. Within this article we will explore what this looks like, what you can expect, and simplify some of the terminology used within each step. Due to the nature of each individual facing circumstances unique unto them, it will be in your best interest to please be sure to contact Gage Gandy for detailed information regarding your specific circumstances. Let’s look at what it will take for an average situation and if you should meet a Bail Bondsman in person. Who says if I can or cannot leave the

By | 2017-01-02T09:12:39+00:00 September 8th, 2016|Categories: Bail Bond FAQ|0 Comments

Do I need to meet with a Bail Bondsman in person?

Successfully navigating each step you take within the process of being arrested can be very overwhelming and daunting at best. There is a specific process you take from the moment you are arrested to the time of sentencing. Within this article we will explore what this looks like, what you can expect, and simplify some of the terminology used within each step. Due to the nature of each individual facing circumstances unique unto them, it will be in your best interest to please be sure to contact Gage Gandy for detailed information regarding your specific circumstances. Let’s look at what it will take for an average situation and if you should meet a Bail Bondsman in person. What if I cannot physically be there for my loved one who has just been arrested? Let’s say you are at work, you get a call that your loved one has just been

By | 2017-01-02T09:12:39+00:00 September 5th, 2016|Categories: Bail Bond FAQ|0 Comments