Your case is able to be dealt with at home and avoid jail. If you aren’t able to pay enough bail, you may avail the services from a bail bonds business. The bail bonds company will take 10% of your bail amount and they will pay all bail amounts to the government while they will pay the balance. The clip shows the unethical practices of those working in the bail bonds industry who keep their clients in debt and unlikely to return to their services.
Companies that are not professionally run may be able to extort clients or even intimidate them. They will do this when they are late for payment. They will threaten to put the person in jail or conduct illegal actions against them if you don’t make the premium payments. Bail bond agents cannot lock their clients up due to non-payment.
Commercial bail bond providers may also decide to place you in jail should they believe that you’re likely to be a fugitive. If they do this and they are still able to demand that your family members pay any unpaid amounts. If you’re not sent to jail, money paid to bail bonds companies can’t be refunded.