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Navigating Bail Bond Paperwork: What You Need to Know
Navigating Bail Bond Paperwork: What You Need to Know

Bail bonds are a form of financial assurance provided by a bail bond company on behalf of a defendant to secure their temporary release from jail while awaiting trial. In Ohio, the bail bond process involves the defendant or their co-signer paying a percentage (typically ...

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