An Aurora Bail Bondsman Will Return Your Collateral After Trial

If you want to help a friend who needs a bail bond, there are a few facts that you should be aware of. FAQ’s range from “what will it cost me?”, to “when will my responsibilities end?”

When the judge sets the bail amount, you can assume that an Aurora bail bondsman will charge a percentage – usually 15% – of that amount, as a fee for his services. If any collateral is required by the Aurora bail bondsman, it will be returned to you when the case has been determined, whatever the outcome may be.

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