Last updated 6 years ago
If a friend or family member is in jail and needs to post bail, getting them out as soon as possible is often your first priority. However, sometimes the judge will prevent a quick release, because he or she wants to know about the source of the bail bond money. In this case, the court requires a Bail Source Inquiry Questionnaire (BSIQ) or a Bail Source Hearing to make sure the money came from a legal place. Here is what you need to know about the BSIQ:
- How a BSIQ Works
If the crime in question is very serious or the defendant may be associated with illegal money transfers, the court may require paperwork to show the source of the bail money prior to posting the bond. While this delays the release of the defendant, it shows the court that the money backing the defendant’s release comes from a clean source. Money coming from bail bond companies is generally seen as completely reliable.
- Why a Bail Bondsman Is the Solution
At 24 Seven Bail Bonds, we are experienced in the BSIQ and bail hearing process. We can walk you through every step of the BSIQ and other court-ordered paperwork. Our expertise in New Jersey court procedure and BSIQ forms means that bail money is always available when you need it. To make it even easier, we will take care of filing the forms and let you know when the defendant will be released.
Choosing a bail bond company to help you with a BSIQ can offer priceless peace of mind. If you or a loved one needs bail, contact the professionals at 24 Seven Bail Bonds. Our company can help show the court that your bail money is coming from a reputable place. We can post bail in all New Jersey counties, so call us at (732) 418-2245 today!