Anything other than what you are about to read in this short introductory note could quite possibly be a case of breaking the law or a form of corrupt malpractice usually a blot on the legal landscape in other parts of the world. Orange County Bail Bonds could be given to those who have just completed their hearings before a presiding judge. It is usually a quick form of due process and you are in and out before you know it. Only after the presiding judge has determined the amount of bail to be set will the clerks down at offices like those found at companies like Acme Bail Bonds get on with filing the necessary paperwork and making arrangements for payments.
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But it could very well happen that the pendulum swings in the other direction in which case the presiding judge is affirmative in his decision to completely deny bail. Alternative to that, he could be setting bail at such a phenomenally high amount that not even the most well-connected violent criminal can meet these conditions. But then again. No matter how well structured the criminal justice system is, and that would of course include the bail bonds office, the system is still subject to abuse.
So, that being said, it is not unusual to see a presiding judge set bail as high as 20,000 dollars. But here is an interesting piece of anecdotal information. Perhaps you thought that your country was the only country in the world haggling over bail conditions. Think again. Alongside of the US, the Philippines is the only other country in the world that is doing commercialized forms of bail. Given that the crime rates are so high over there, its big business.
And of course, subject to abuse.