An individual is detained on suspicion of grave crimes, and they must stay behind bars until taken to court. Judges will decide on bail. If the individual is not able to make bail, they may have another option. Bail bond agents are always available and will provide assistance. To bail someone out, a bail agent might meet you in the jail. Bail agents typically charge between 10 to 15 percent of the bail amount. The crime may be the reason why the bail agency could cost less or more. These funds are not yours. The bail agent may ask for collateral in the event that you’re considered to be a flight risk. When bail is set then the accused is discharged from jail. The capacity of the jail will determine when the defendant will be released. The bail agent has to pay total amount if the person doesn’t show for the court. Make sure to remember that in the event that the person does not appear for their court appearance, you could lose any collateral you signed. For further information, keep looking at the video. ws5jmb2c2f.