Bail bonds Code of Ethics
1.) The Utah Bail Bonds Code of Ethics is important to maintain a level of service that is exceptional to our clients.
2.) A professional bail bondsman should comply with the rules and regulations governed by the State of Utah. They should also stay up to date on changes in the laws that govern the professional bail bond industry.
3.) The co-signer and defendant should have full disclosure on the fees,
4.) The terms and conditions of the bonding agreement should be read to the co-signer and defendant,
5.) A bond shall not be revoked prior to the defendant being found guilty, not guilty, or case dismissed without materially showing good cause for such action.
6.) When a defendant meets with a professional bail bondsman they should be informed on all courts his/her charges are out of, the phone numbers to courts, court dates, and professional referrals as needed.
7.) A professional bail bondsman shall know and have the answers to any question pertaining to the bail bond agreement.
8.) A bail bondsman shall treat any and all personal information obtained from the co-signer & and defendant confidential.
8.) Both the co-signer and defendant shall be given copies of the Utah bail bond agreement.
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