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What Are Bailable and Non-bailable Offenses?

When an individual is charged with a crime and arrested, he or she may be allowed to post bail to be released. In some cases, bail is not available depending on the circumstances of the charge. These are the key differences between bailable and non-bailable [...]

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What is a Surety Bond?

A bail bondsman, bondsperson, bail agent, and bond agent are all names used for a person who is licensed by the Washington Department of Insurance to sell surety bonds and is authorized to conduct business in the State of Washington. He or she is an [...]

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What is a Bail Bond Agreement?

The Bail Bond Agreement is the contract that exists between the indemnitor(s) and the bail agent. The agreement generally includes the following: the name and contact information of the indemnitor, the date the bail bond was executed, the bond amount, the criminal charge(s), and the [...]

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What is an Appeal Bond?

An Appeal Bond is also known as a “Supersedeas Bond”. This is a type of surety bond that a court requires from a defendant / appellant who wants to delay payment of a judgment or sentence until the appeal is over. This allows the defendant [...]

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Advantages of using A-Affordable

When you are searching for Clark County bail bonds, you might be wondering which bail bond company to turn too. Look no further than A-Affordable Bail Bonds because we offer our clients unique advantages and excellent customer service. Discover a couple of reasons why you [...]

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How Does Collateral Work?

Bail Bond Collateral is sometimes required by the bail agent or bail bond company.  Collateral is used to secure and/or guarantee the bond and ensure the defendant’s appearance in court. Collateral is anything of value that is pledged to secure the bond, such as cash, [...]

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