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Pros & Cons of a Bail Bondsman
Bail bondsmen act as advocates for a person that has bail associated with his arrest. Personal and financial factors play roles in the benefits and drawbacks of becoming a bail bondsman.
A career as a bail bondsman is ideal for a person that enjoys working odd hours. Much of the work is conducted in the early morning hours, due to arrests overnight. This is a stark contrast to an everyday office career.
Bail bondsmen are dealing with criminals, so the career path is a dangerous one. A bail bondsman must have insurance to cover any bail jumpers. These are people who do not appear at their court date after bail has been set and paid.
Dayily activities of a bail bondsman can be draining, both mentally and physically. If considering this type of career, be aware of the duties required and the affects on yourself and your family.
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