The Bond Administrator accounts for judgments entered by the courts on criminal bail forfeitures, and is responsible for collecting and satisfying these judgments. The Bond Administrator also monitors the professional bonding companies that operate within the county to ensure their solvency.
Some of the responsibilities of the Bond Administrator include:
- Sending daily stats and updates to the Sheriff and Chief Deputy.
- Account for, collect, and satisfy judgments entered by the courts on criminal bail forfeitures.
- Monitor professional bonding companies that operate within the county.
- Collect fees.
- Handle deed to place liens on property where the bond exceeds $20,000.
- Complete paperwork to cancel liens when cases are closed and a final disposition is issued by the courts. (The surety must bring the final case disposition to the Sheriff's Office to complete this process).
- Review of all bonds to ensure all paperwork is accurate and complete to ensure additional paperwork is not needed.
- Notify surety by letter about any Writ of Fieri Facias judgment issued by the State or Superior Court Clerk's Office.
- Receive Bond Forfeiture Calendar from Calendar Clerk and the District Attorney's Office.
- Speak with individuals about the bonding process and explain bonding processes.