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Sometimes, when a person is arrested, more than one party will attempt to arrange bail bond services for them. For example, college student Lucy is arrested for public intoxication, so her sorority sisters decide to notify her parents, who then start the bail bond process for her. Meanwhile, Lucy’s boyfriend finds out about her arrest and decides to also arrange a bail bond, unaware that her parents have already done so. This is actually very common in the bail bonds industry. So what happens if more than one person tries to bail someone out of jail? Continue reading to find out!
Duplicate Bail Bonds
In the case of duplicate bail bonds, the situation pans out by process of “first come – first serve.” Jails will not accept more than one bail bond per inmate. So in the case of Lucy and her loved ones, whichever bail bond company arrives at the jail first would be the bail bond honored for her release. So let’s say her parents bail bondsman arrives first; what happens to her boyfriend’s bail bondsman and the money he may have already paid?
If Lucy’s boyfriend already paid a bail bondsman to post Lucy’s bond, he would get his money refunded since his bail bondsman could not post the bail bond. You see, bail bondsmen only get paid if the bail bond is posted. If the bail bond company cannot fulfill the service, they have not earned their pay. In Lucy’s boyfriend’s case, and all similar cases, the bail bondsman would be turned away at the jail, and the person would be refunded any money paid for a bail bond that goes un-posted.
Woods Bail Bonds
Call Woods Bail Bonds at 317-876-9600
Woods Bail Bonds 317-876-9600
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, provides 24 hour bail bond services in Indianapolis
and its surrounding counties. As a trustworthy Indianapolis bail bond company
, you can count on us for additional services too; like notary services, jail pickup and drops offs, inmate look-ups, and more. Call 317-876-9600 to get out of Marion County Jail in Indianapolis, today.