Can Bail Bondsman Cross State Lines?

There is an old saying, “You can run but you can’t hide.” When it comes to the law, there are specific things that you can and you can’t do.  However, when it comes to collecting someone that has tried to run from the law, many of these requirements are thrown out the window, but new ones are put into place.

Companies such as Acme Bail Bonds Huntington Beach will do anything that is within the law to capture a fugitive that have violated the rules surrounding Huntington Beach Bail Bonds terms..  One thing that many fugitives believe is that if they leave the state they are in that they can’t be pressured or captured.  This is wrong.  By law, if you are accused of a crime and haven’t gone to court or if you are convicted of a crime and escape, people can come after you.

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18685 Main St #101-341, Huntington Beach
CA 92648, United States
Phone: +1 562-286-2660

Warrant must be valid

Before anything can be done, a warrant must be issued and valid in the state in which the accused is guilty or running from.  A bondsman can’t simply get into a car or on a plane and case after people.  Law enforcement and other legal agencies will need to see this information if they are to release the accused into your custody.

Must work with local law enforcement

As a bondsman you are subject to the laws, rules and regulations of the state, town and city you enter.  With this being said, you need to contact the local law enforcement agencies and present your warrant and information before you can simply come in and grab a fugitive.  This information will be reviewed and if found to be valid, can take over the investigation, capture the fugitive themselves, or work with you on their apprehension.

At the end of the day, the goal is to grab the fugitive and return them to face justice.  Doing it the right way will also work in favor of law enforcement and against the criminal at large.