What risk, if any, does the indemnitor take when agreeing to be an indemnitor on a bond?

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The indemnitor accepts responsibility for the defendant and the full dollar amount of the bond if the defendant fails to appear for his or her court date(s) or skips out on the bond.

If the bail bond becomes a  forfeiture, the bail agency is given 180 days (California) to apprehend the defendant before the agency is required to remit the full amount of the bond to the court. By signing for the defendant, the indemnitor guarantees or “indemnifies” to the bail agent that they will be responsible for the defendant and for all money due the bail agency and courts.

Bail Concierge does not give out legal advice. For more information about your case, please consult your attorney or a legal professional.

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