What The Eighth Amendment Has To Do With Bail

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The Eighth Amendment of the United States Constitution protects those who have the right to post bail. The Amendment prohibits excessive bail.

Well, even then, bail for some people can still sound pretty excessive. Some people who have committed serious crimes have been given a million or multi-million bail. For other people, even a bail that is tens or hundreds of thousands might seem excessive. Nonetheless, the court does rule these bail amounts acceptable.

No matter the cost of bail, a person could apply for a bail bond through Adams Bail Bonds. Bail bonds are the more affordable way to paying for bail. Without using a bail bond, if the person wishes to get out of jail, he or she must pay the full bail amount to the court directly before he or she can leave jail. But by using a bail bond, he or she would only need to pay 10-15% of the full bail amount to the bail bond agent. Plus, this percentage, called the premium, could be paid in increments over a period of time after the person is out of jail.

Call Adams Bail Bonds now at 559-237-1054 or you can chat with us online to learn more about the bail bond process.