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Bail Bond

Money given by a third party to a court to ensure that the defendant appears at his/her court date. The third party (called a bail bond agent) charges a fee in exchange for placing the bail bond, which is returned to the agent if the defendant appears as ordered. Bail bonds are most common in the United States, where bails are higher than in other countries.
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Located at 12211 49th Street North, Suite #2, in Clearwater, Florida, 49th Street Bail Bonds is near the 49th Street Jail, they are known throughout the community as "the bondsman on 49th.
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33rd Street Bail Bonds has bailed clients out of jail for numerous charges including assault, battery, domestic violence, DUI, and more.
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33rd Street Bail Bonds offers bonds for defendants facing numerous charges including DUI, assault, vandalism, fraud, domestic violence, drugs, drug paraphernalia and more.
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Willie Litmanovich was shot to death May 7, 1995, inside his Willie's Bail Bonds at 4710 Van Nuys Blvd.
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