Once someone is arrested on a criminal charge, they may be held for trial unless they furnish the required bail, often in the form of a bail bond. When a bail bond is issued, the person released promises to appear in court at the designated time and place.
If the person released on a bail bond fails to appear in court on their designated appearance date, the bond becomes payable and is forfeited as a penalty. For this reason, a bond usually requires some type of collateral such as cash, title to real property, or other types of security.
It is important to note that only a person holding a bail license may solicit the negotiation of a bail bond. Remember, Lawton Bail Bonds is here to help you through this stressful, sometimes confusing process. Contact our Lawton, OK, bail agents to receive advice about your particular circumstance.
When an individual is arrested for a crime in the State of Oklahoma, most often that person will be taken to a local law enforcement station for booking, prior to confinement. Once the Defendant has been arrested and booked, they have several options available to them for release - provided the outcome of the case supports their release.