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How Much Does A $100,000 Bail Bond Cost?

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How Much Does A $100,000 Bail Bond Cost

How Much Does A $100,000 Bail Bond Cost?

If you have a bail of $100,000, then the cost of bonding yourself out through a bail bonds company is 10% of the total $100,000. Meaning that the bail money you owe would be $10,000.

Some bail bonds companies take payment plans or assets such as property as collateral.

Remember that bail bond companies are not government related. They are a 3rd party service providing a way to get someone out of jail until their court hearing. The money they put up front for you is a risk. So if your bail is $100,000, that means the bail bond company has to put up the $100k on your behalf, trusting that you will make the court date.

What Does Being  Held On $100,000 Bond Mean?

Being held on a $100,000 bond means that you need to pay the court $100,000 in order to be set free from jail before your court date. If you cannot pay the $100,000 dollars to the court, you must stay in jail until your court date.

Qualifying For A $100,000 Bail Bond Through A Bondsman

You don’t just go to a bondsman and get automatically qualified to sign an agreement on a $100,000 bail bond.  When bonds are this high, you will be required to show proof that you can pay the bond money back. This can be in many different ways…

  • You came highly recommended by a reliable source
  • You have property such as a car or house that is equal to $100,000 as collateral
  • You have bank statements or tax returns showing your income
  • You have the $10,000 up front and do not need a payment plan
  • You have a valid co-signer as well
  • There are no prior records showing you didn’t show up for your court date

What Happens If I Don’t Show Up For A $100,000 Bail Bond?

What happens if you sign for a bond and run? You signed a bail bond document stating that you are responsible for them. If they (or you) do not show up in court that means the money you put down on their behalf goes back to the bondsman or the court, and you do not get a refund. If you do not show up on a $100,000 bail bonds where the bondsman is responsible for the fee, you will then be hunted. Your friends, family and job will be contacted, maybe even a reward for your capture. You can learn more here.

12 Comments

Monkey Guts October 27, 2020 at 4:56 pm Reply

Google did NOT answer my question, all Google did was link me to your site, so I did NOT get the answer I wanted, I asked, “what does being held on $100,000 bond” mean, and I did NOT get an answer~!!!!!

Thomas Stinson February 1, 2021 at 2:55 pm Reply

It means you have to pay the court $100,000 to get out of jail before the court date.

Malaija Johnson June 8, 2021 at 12:48 am

My boyfriend has the same amount for bond if I pay 10,000 what all I have to do because I want to make sure he gets out right when I pay it or do I just pay the full amount and if so what do I bring to the bondsman

Thomas Kane May 15, 2022 at 8:16 am

If you sign an agreement with the bonding company and pay 10% of the $100,000, which is $10,000, then the bondsman will put up the money to the court and usually, the inmate (your boyfriend) is released within 2-24 hours. Sometimes as quick as 45 minutes.

Jennifer March 25, 2022 at 1:03 pm Reply

will you still be able to get bail if you skip the other court date? and the person who caught you are bounty hunters

Donna Seal August 28, 2022 at 11:07 pm Reply

If u put up the 10 percent of 150,000,00 bond attend all court dates do u receive your money r some of it back especially if your found not guilty?

Thomas Kane September 18, 2022 at 10:25 am

If you are putting up 10% to a bondsman, then that 10% is a non-refundable fee that the bondsman keeps. Bail bonds agencies are not government organizations, they are independent private companies that offer the service of putting up the full $150,000 to the court on your behalf. They are taking a big risk on your behalf, and the 10% is a service fee. In the contract you signed, you probably agreed to a no-refund policy. Guilty or not does not make a difference to the bondsman, the agreement was, “They loan you $150,000 and hand that to the judge, and charge you 10% of that as a fee for the loan”. They made it possible for you to get out of jail before your court date. Since the loan was already given, the fee is non-refundable. You can try reading your agreement or talking to the bondsman to see if they might let you have some of it back, but it’s not likely. Doesn’t hurt to try though.

William bourque April 26, 2022 at 12:12 am Reply

I would like information about a bail bondsman
I own 100% equity in my home in Framingham ma 01702
It’s worth is approximately 400,000$
I may need to post a bail June 1 2022
I don’t think the bail would be any more than $50,000 $5,000 cash
508 507 5196

Thomas Kane April 28, 2022 at 8:05 am Reply

Every state has its own specific rules and regulations or laws on bonds; we are in Kansas. You would have to contact a bail bonds company in Framingham, MA. Be careful who you are bonding; if they skip court, you are liable for the full bond amount; and if they run and hide and can’t be found, you will likely be taken to civil court and lose your home. Read the contract thoroughly.

Belem Pacheco July 3, 2022 at 9:36 pm Reply

What does a surety bond mean if the bond is at 100,000

Ilse Moreno August 14, 2022 at 11:38 pm Reply

, “what does being held on $26,500? If my husband can got out jails any days?

James Garfield August 17, 2022 at 1:35 am Reply

If I drop charges will my ex still have to pay a 100000 bond to get out or how can I help her get out

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