If you have charges pending against you, "Skipping" or "Jumping Bail" is probably the dumbest thing you can possibly do. Not only will your bond be revoked, it is very likely that you will not be granted bond again by the court until your current case is heard.
You could also have additional charges filed against you for contempt of court and the presiding Judge could decide to impose your sentence consecutively, adding more time to your jail term.
Not only will the Professional Bond Agent have an interest in finding you, the police will be searching for you as well as the person who acted as the Indemnitor of your bond will be very interested in finding you because it is their money at stake. Should you jump bail and your Indemnitor is facing the possibility of paying thousands of dollars out of their own pocket because you decided to leave town, don't be surprised if your Indemnitor gives up every piece of information they ever knew about you in order to help secure your capture.
The professional bond agent may also employ the services of a "bounty hunter to find you and many times, a bounty hunter will succeed where conventional means of locating fleeing subjects has failed.
In the "Taylor ruling" (Taylor v. Taintor, 83 U.S. (16 Wall.) 366, 21 L. Ed. 287 1872) which remains good law, gives bounty hunters authority to seize and imprison a principal at any time. The decision also allows bounty hunters to pursue a person to another state and arrest the pursued person without legal process.
The persons listed on this page are wanted by the authorities-if you see any one of them, DO NOT attempt to apprehend them yourself.
Please call your local police department and advise them that you know the whereabouts of a wanted person or, call Kevin Johnson at (757) 737-5668
You can also call Hampton Roads Crime Solvers at 1-888-LOCK-U-UP
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KJ Bail Bonds is ready to serve your needs at this critical time in-person, over-the-phone or via the Internet.
Please call Kevin at (757) 737-5668 to arrange a meeting to discuss your options or,
If you are located in another part of the Hampton Roads area, Commonwealth of Virginia or the United States, we can help you online.
KJ Bail Bonds can also process online payments with a credit card to help you faster.
If you have been arrested, call Kevin Johnson at KJ Bail Bonds (757) 737-5668
Kevin can assist clients at all South side jail facilities as well as those on the Peninsula.
Kevin Johnson will help you or your friend/loved one get the support they need at this critical time so everyone can start putting things back together.
KJ Bail Bonds also has competitive, reasonable rates for services rendered and can work with any budget to insure flexible payment options.
If you currently have will soon experience legal problems, the first step is getting out. Write this number down somewhere you won't lose it-