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¿Qué es una fianza?

Una fianza es una garantía financiera de que el acusado en un proceso penal se presentará a sus comparecencias en el tribunal y para su juicio. Si el acusado no se presenta se paga el monto de la fianza al tribunal y se emite una orden de arresto en contra del acusado. Si encuentran al acusado, el juez puede restablecer la fianza u ordenar la confiscación del total de la fianza.

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Miami 305-860-1001
Ft. Lauderdale,
Broward County 954-523-5599
Naples, Fl. Collier County 239-628-3273
Orlando, Orange County, Fl. 321-251-8377
Gainesville, Alachua County 352-283-8661
West Palm, Palm Beach County 561-337-4511
Clearwater, Pinellas County 727-230-6974
Tampa, Hillsborough 813-413-7817
Jacksonville, Fl. Leon County 904-322-719

New York City, NY
Manhattan, NY 212-537-6188
All New York Boros 718-874-3686
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Up State - New York
New City, Rockland County 845-267-1358
Albany, NY 518-320-8790

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What Role Does a Bail Bondsman or Surety Play?

Many defendants cannot raise the entire amount of the bail. In some states, the court may release defendants after they pay ten percent of the bail. In other states, defendants may arrange for their release through a bail bondsman. In that case, a defendant typically posts 10 percent of the total bail and signs over a lien on certain belongings to a bail bondsman or surety firm representative who guarantees to pay the remainder to the court if the defendant fails to appear for trial.


 

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