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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.

2 Comments

  • Lenamae May 3, 2016 at 3:58 am

    You don’t mention if federal bail bonds are expensive. Are these bail bonds more expensive than normal state or city bail bonds? And how long does a federal bail bond take to process?

  • Cedric Williams June 30, 2016 at 8:24 am

    Thank you for the information. My aunt has got her self into some trouble, and is facing federal charges. I was wondering what it was going to take to get her out on bail. I am glad to hear there are means of getting federal bail bonds. I will have to wait till the judge sets the price. I hope it will be soon, so we can see what can be done to get her out for the time being.

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