There is a practice in the USA and the Philippines, when third parties (called bail bondsmen/agents) bail the defendant's property to bail the latter before the court. At the same time, third parties guarantee the payment of the bail appointed by the court (as a preventive measure) in case the respondent fails to come to the judicial instance in time.
The commission that such persons charge for their services is usually 10% of the amount of the deposit, although in some states it is legally limited to 8%; such activities are official and require a license. The Denver bail bonds organization operates according to the same scheme.
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