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What is a Surety Bond?

If you cannot afford to post the entire bond in cash, you can get a surety bond. A surety bond
is a written guarantee by a bonding company ensuring the appearance of a Defendant for
all future court dates.


The bond is an independent agreement between the Defendant and the bonding company,
requiring the Defendant to deposit with them a nonrefundable percentage (usually 10%) of
the overall bond amount. The bonding company is essentially providing the court with an
insurance policy that the Defendant will appear in court and is then liable for the full amount
of the bond if the Defendant does not appear.


After the case has been disposed by the Court the surety bond will be released and a
certificate of discharge will be sent to the bonding company by the Clerk's Office.


 
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