What Does No Bond Mean?
“No bond” means that an individual has been denied bail or bond by the court. When a person is arrested, the court may decide whether to grant bail, which is a monetary amount that allows the individual to be released from custody pending their court appearances. However, in some cases, the court may determine that the individual should not be released on bail for various reasons, such as being considered a flight risk or a danger to the community. In such instances, the court issues a “no bond” order, indicating that the individual will remain in custody until their court proceedings are resolved.
The specific requirements and procedures for becoming a bounty hunter and the interpretation of “no bond” can vary by jurisdiction, so it’s advisable to consult with the Kansas Attorney General’s Office or seek legal guidance if you have specific questions or concerns about bounty hunting or the bail process in Kansas.