Before answering this question, perhaps it is also necessary to (very) briefly explain what it is exactly that a bail bondsman is expected to do. Huntington Beach Bail Bonds are essentially issued to those alleged transgressors of the law who simply do not have the financial means to pay for the bail monies stipulated by the court in which the charges against them will be read. Bail bondsmen, and women, working for (private) companies like Acme Bail Bonds Huntington Beach are also (well) positioned to advise them of their rights and on what is required of them.
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|CA 92648, United States|
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As to what is required of them, it usually goes no further than advising the clients on their due court appearances and making the arrangements to ensure that bail monies, if due to the bail bonds office or court are paid on time. In this instance, should financial arrangements be strictly between the bail bonds office and the client, the bail bonds company is in no way allowed to issue legal writs for (long) past due payments.
Nor is it expected of the serving bail bonds officer to harass a late or delinquent payer. That form of behavior, as well as other unacceptable forms of behavior, could very well lead to the bail bonds officer losing his or her license to practice, much in the same way that an attorney at law, both public and private, could be disbarred. Having said that, the first-time offender may not always be aware of the bail bonds office’s services, let alone know when would be an appropriate time to approach it.
But do rest assured that it is the duty of the court to advise such a person accordingly. Thereafter, the bail bondsman, or woman, should be able to provide further reassurances.