Video: What are Federal Bonds
How Federal Bail Bonds Work
If you’re charged with a federal offense, you’ll need a federal bond. So, just what is a federal bail bond? Federal bonds are bail bonds for US District Court criminal cases. Federal bail bonds are used to free a defendant from a federal holding facility once a federal judge determines the bond amounts. There are no bail schedules of bail amounts set for individual crimes. The normal premium charged for a federal bond is typically 10 to 15% of the bail bond amount and these type of U.S. government bail bonds bonds do take some time to process.