What is a federal bail bond?

Federal bail bonds require 15% of the bail amount...

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What is a federal bail bond?

Federal bail bonds are similar to other bail bonds except for their terms. Federal bail bond companies require 15% of the bail amount to be put up by the detainee or detainee’s family or associate. Speak to your bail bond agent about if they offer loans towards the 15%, if you are in need.

Federal courts are different than their county and state counterparts, in that they have other requirements. For one, you will have to attend a Nebbia hearing. This is a hearing lets the courts establish whether or not you have the collateral to cover the rest of the bail bond (your property or assets that you will pledge as security for payment).

 

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