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(717) 919-2015

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1. Gather Documents

We will collect all of the needed documents of the accused. Name, current location of jail, bail bond amount, and alleged charge.

2. Call Us

Call Blackman Bail Bonds 717-919-2015. Call anytime, 24/7. Steve Blackman will ask any further questions needed.

3. We Meet With You

The next step is to have Steve meet with you. Steve, a bail bond professional, will help you understand the process and get all documents signed.

3. Bail Bond is Posted

Finally, the bail bond will be posted and your loved one is released from custody. (Blackman Bail Bonds can not control the processing time of the jail)

Bail Bonds and Bail Questions

What is bail?

Bail allows an accused person to be temporarily released from custody before their trial.
In criminal cases, bail is a sum of money, real property or bond that needs
to be posted by or on behalf of a defendant to guarantee their appearance in court.

 

How does a bail bond work?

A bail bond guarantees payment of the full bail amount to the court if the defendant does not show up for court. These bonds are offered by Steve Blackman, a licensed bail bondsman. For supplying these bonds, bail agencies charge a premium. If the defendant fails to appear in court, they must forfeit their bond.

 

What is a bond premium?

The bail bond amount is the full amount of the bail that was set by the court. The premium is the dollar amount owed to the bail bond agency for posting the bond. The premium is usually 5% to 10% of the actual bail amount. For example, if the bond amount is $50,000 and the premium was 10% of the bond, the amount owed would be $5000.

 

Who is a guarantor?

A guarantor is a person willing to be responsible for the defendant while they are out on bail and co-assumes financial liability to guarantee the full bond amount.

 

When is the bail exonerated?

A bail bond is exonerated when the legal process/trial has finished. It does not matter whether the defendant is found guilty or innocent.

 

Call Blackman Bail Bonds with any other questions (717)919-2015

A bail bond is exonerated when the legal process/trial has finished. It does not matter whether the defendant is found guilty or innocent.

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Blackman Bail Bonds Servicing Harrisburg and Surrounding Counties

Blackman Bail Bonds provides a convenient bail bond service to you in many locations. Give us a call today and let us show you why we are the best for:

  • Harrisburg Bail Bonds
  • Dauphin County Bail Bonds
  • York County Bail Bonds
  • Cumberland County Bail Bonds
  • Lancaster County Bail Bonds
  • Lebanon County Bail Bonds
  • Mifflin County Bail Bonds
  • Perry County Bail Bonds
  • Franklin County Bail Bonds
  • And the surrounding areas.