Utah Bail Bond Laws

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Utah Bail Bond Laws

                 The Utah Bail Bond Act are the Laws that govern the Bonding industry. Utah is a Right to Bail State; unless the accused; (a) committed a Capital crime. (b) Felony committed while on probation, parole, or while; free on Bail. (c) felony when there is substantial evidence to support that the person would constitute a substantial danger to any other person or to the community, or is likely to flee the jurisdiction of the court, if released on bail.

                A Bond shall be exonerated if charges not filed after 120 days Bail is posted. If the accused Fails to Appear the courts will begin forfeiture of the bail. Furthermore; the Bail Bond Company shall be given time for bringing the defendant to court.

                 A Utah Bail Bond company may surrender without cause the defendant. A motion to release maybe filed for entry of nonappearance with the judicial court.  Sureties may at any time prior to a defendant’s failure to appear surrender the defendant and obtain exoneration of bail. Collateral may be provided to secure bail bond fees, the face amount of the bail bond issued, or both. A disclosure form provides the terms and conditions of the bond. Standard fees regulate Utah Bail Bond Agency’s charges.

 

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