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Jail Guide Advertises Bail Bonds and Law Firms

Posted on July 11th, 2012 · Posted in Bail Bonds

Since we are about to push out the updates for the book on how to market a bail bond company and law firm online, we have decided to open up advertising on our state pages to qualifying bail bond companies and law firms

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Bail Bond Glossary

Posted on March 8th, 2012 · Posted in Bail Bonds

At JailGuide, we know and understand that some of our readers, and possibly a few of the bail bond clients you may serve have found our site because they are looking for bail bonds for the first time. JailGuide is dedicated to helping our readers get the best information possible about their particular bail bonding situation.

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How To Post a Cash Bail Bond

Posted on March 6th, 2012 · Posted in Bail Bonds

If you have ever received a notice in the mail from a sheriff or police department that there is a warrant for your arrest then you know the feeling of dread that washes over you. You might have gotten a warrant issued for your arrest and need to get rid of the charges quick.

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Bail Bond Calculator

Posted on March 4th, 2012 · Posted in Bail Bonds

A bail bond calculator is a necessary tool for any person who finds themselves in jail awaiting a hearing or trial, but also for loved ones and friends who need to bail someone out of jail. JailGuide has built a free bail bond calculator for your use.

Warrant Lasts Forever

How Long Does a Warrant Last

Posted on November 20th, 2011 · Posted in Bail Bonds, Criminal Law

Criminal warrants are typically around until a person is apprehended and brought to face the charges against them or die. This article will help you to discover if running from your warrant is a solid idea.

Property Bonds

How Do Property Bonds Work

Posted on November 1st, 2010 · Posted in Bail Bonds

A Property Bond is a piece of property owned by you or your co-signor typically worth 150% – 200% of the total bail bond and is posted to guarantee that the defendant will return to court to stand trial.

How Surety Bonds Work

Posted on October 30th, 2010 · Posted in Bail Bonds

A surety bond is typically used when bonding companies are prohibited in certain jurisdictions. With a surety bond, a percentage of the total bond is paid directly to the court.

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