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What Does Full Cash Bond Mean?

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A full cash bond is a type of bail bond where the entire amount of the bail is paid in cash. This means that the defendant or their representative must pay the full amount of the bail in cash to the court or jail in order to secure the release of the defendant.

Sometimes, a court may require a full cash bond if they believe you are a flight risk or if the charges against you are serious. A full cash bond is typically non-refundable and may be expensive, especially for high bail amounts.

A full cash bond is not the same as a cash bail bond, which is a type of bail bond where you pay a percentage of the bail amount in cash to a bail bondsman, who then provides the total amount of the bail to the court in the form of a bond.

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