Bailing someone out of jail rarely comes cheap. And it’s not easy as well. While everyone has the right to bail depending on the charge, a defendant has to go through some processes before he/she can post bail. When the judge allows defendants to post bail, sometimes the defendants themselves don’t have the money. So what happens next? (Related: Electronic Ankle Monitors Are Driving Defendants Into Debt) If this happens, your options are to go out of jail through an unsecured bail bond. What is Bail? To fully understand what unsecured bail bond is, you have to know what bail is first. Bail is a cash value that the courts set for you to pay as a guarantee that you will show up in court when ordered to do so. Bailing doesn’t mean that you are no longer charged with a crim