Bonds can be money, percentage, property, or Immigration bonds.
If the defendant does not make it to court, cash bonds will be used as bail bonds.
Percentage bonds happen when the defendant pays only a fraction of bail, instead of the entire bail.
They are used when defendants place their property in the hands of their bail and can be foreclosed when the defendant isn’t on time for the trial.
The immigration bonds can be used to help immigrants who are not legally documented and operates under the law of the United States instead of under states law.
In lieu of collateral, various kinds of bail bonds can be utilized to permit people who are going through trials to stay in their homes until they are ready for trial. The bonds serve as collateral in order to assure defendants that they’ll be present for the trial. If not the bonds are taken away.
Bail bond payments can be made to the court when the defendant fails to show on the date of their trial.