BAIL EDUCATION TRAINING FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Is Bailspeak "Approved" for 20-Hours of Bail Agent Pre-Licensing by
the California Department of Insurance?
A: Yes. Bailspeak
is an "Approved" Bail Education Provider with DOI
"Approved" courses that are primarily instructed by a veteran Bail
Bond Company owner; moreover, any person wishing to secure bail agent
pre-licensing for the purpose of learning how to become a licensed bail agent
should conduct due diligence to be sure that so-called instructors purporting
or otherwise portraying themselves to be licensed bail agents are either bail
agents in good standing or, at the very least, had been licensed bail agents and,
at some point, those instructing should have experience actually running a bail
bond company; indeed, it does not stand to reason to learn how to become a
bondsman from someone who has never actually run a bail bond company—legally.
Bailspeak Bail School Classes are Exclusive in That:
will be instructed on how to operate a bail bond company by licensed bail
agents who are each actively running bail agencies.
will be instructed by small business owners who actually run small businesses.
will learn lawful bounty hunting from active bounty hunters.
will learn how to hire bounty hunters who know how to keep you from being sued.
will learn bail bond motion studies from bail agents who are successful in
moving California Superior Courts.
will have access to bail industry leaders as a perk to all Bailspeak Alumni.
Bounty Hunting License: Frequently Asked Questions about how to become a bounty
hunter in California and bounty hunting laws.
Do I need a Bounty Hunter License to Bounty Hunt in California?
A: No. California
is a Certification State with an exception for California licensed private
investigators and out-of-state bail agents or private investigators who must
then comply with the requirements of California Penal Code §847.5 covered in
detail in this video.
Do I need a Criminal Justice Degree or would a Criminal Justice Degree help me
in becoming a bounty hunter?
There is no requirement for a California bounty hunter to have any degree, nor
is there any known evidence, anecdotal or otherwise, to suggest that a criminal
justice degree has anything to do with California bounty hunting at all.
What are the California Bounty Hunting Laws for Fugitive Recovery Agents?
A: Please visit Bailspeak’s Sister site www.penalcode1299.com for substantial
information and to study 1299 California Bounty Hunter Laws in relation to bounty
hunting bail jumpers.
Okay. So Bailspeak is a PC 1299 Compliant bounty hunter school, but why should
I enroll in a Bailspeak Class?
A: Please Take the below Bailspeak “Lawful
Bounty Hunting Quiz,” and, if you cannot answer all of the questions
without Internet search engine or Bailspeak Alumni assistance, please consider
enrolling in Bailspeak’s Live Seminar Bail Training Courses.
is the "forfeiture period," how is it triggered, when does it start,
how long does it last?
is the “appearance period” regarding a forfeited bond?
it lawful to apprehend a bail jumper while a motion to extend is pending?
which laws and circumstances do bounty hunters LAWFULLY transport and carry
which circumstances may a prosecuting attorney charge a bounty hunter with
Burglary, False Imprisonment, Extortion, Conspiracy, Kidnapping, Robbery,
Impersonation, and when do charges go Federal?
and how does Deprivation of Civil Rights under the Color of State Authority apply to bounty hunters?
constitutes Due Diligence that will not shock the reasonable person?
much time does a bounty hunter have to book a bail jumper?
documents are required to lawfully apprehend a bail jumper?
documents are interchangeable?
may a bounty hunter be charged with perjury, forgery, conspiracy, and
impersonating a peace officer?
it lawful to place GPS Trackers on People's vehicles?
Certifications do you need to lawfully bounty hunt?
is a "declaration" or "conclusory affidavit," and do you
have to be "1299 compliant" to complete one or either?
is allowed on a declaration?
If you cannot answer ALL of the above bounty hunting
101 questions, you may subject yourself to multiple“stacked charges,” such as
Kidnapping for Ransom
of “Second Bite at the Apple” Civil Rights
What are the Bailspeak Bail Agent Pre-Licensing Tuition Costs?
www.bailspeak.com and click on the “Bail
Class Schedule” page, scroll down past Sacramento and past San Diego where
you will find Tuition Options.
What about California Bail Agent Continuing Bail Education?
A: Bailspeak is
also “Approved” by the California Department of Insurance in offering a variety
of Continuing Bail Education classes that are current, timely and matter in
today’s bail bond industry.
How do I get started, or how do I become a bounty hunter?
A: "How to
get started in bounty hunting, or bail enforcement, is the most oft asked
question that I receive via telephone, cellular phone, email and in person.
A single answer to the question does not
exist, in my opinion, and, in point of fact, there is no simple way to convey
the incalculable number of questions and answers necessary to negotiate the
multitude of sub topics on the subject.
The laws that govern bounty hunting may
or may not intertwine to form a labyrinth of study to be followed by studying
published case cites and then discovering how it all applies to the streets.
It would be inescapably necessary to
discuss the importance of physical fitness, one’s psychological ability to
negotiate confrontation safely and legally, training, certification, licensing,
investigations, sales, marketing, understanding the bail bond company owner’s
goals, objectives and the many ways deals can go bad.
One can rest assured; it could easily
take years learning and becoming accomplished in just one of the aforementioned
disciplines!" ~ Rex Venator, 2004
Q: How do I find bail jumpers as a fugitive recovery agent; what does it take to
practice bounty hunting as a bail enforcement agent?
A: STREET PROVEN bounty hunters display certain sets of intransigent behaviors that most people
cannot connect to and therefore do not perceive as virtues but are,
nevertheless, inescapably inherent with every accomplished bounty hunter that I
have personally met who presents as having a future in bounty hunting.
It is quite a thing to very literally
hunt a human being who has chosen to ignore judicial orders and jump bail
irrespective of the bail jumpers charges; indeed, like a police car stop, there
is no such thing as a “routine” bail fugitive apprehension; accordingly, there
is an imperative to practice what law enforcement personnel call “officer
safety,” and bounty hunters tracking wanted felony fugitives call it “agent
safety” with the emphasis on going home safely to get paid safely.
Apart from confronting a bail fugitive
and potentially lethal third party bandit who is hidden or openly loitering in
the arrest location and who each know that that a bail apprehension could
result in a third strike sentence of 25 to life, bounty hunters must first find
the bail jumping fugitive.
What does it take to find a bail fugitive
who has skipped bail on a misdemeanor or felony
Plainly stated, a new bounty hunter MUST FIRST find a bail bond agency
owner or corporate officer who will award the new bounty hunter a bail
enforcement contract. In other words, a new bounty hunter must bounty hunt
clients for that one person who will present the opportunity to the new bounty
hunter to prove his or herself; however, this point brings us back to the
“certain sets of intransigent behaviors” generally found to be disagreeable to
“normal people” who would never dream of bounty hunting or do dream and can’t
because of natural personality barriers that are inconsistent with closing
fugitive recovery contracts.
successful bounty hunter is skilled in looking beyond what is plainly presented
in favor of trying to look through the obvious to what is either hidden by
deception, misdirection, physical objects or even in plain sight.
successful bounty hunter is skilled at discovering seemingly inconsequential
details while, at the same time, having the patience to stop, step back and
look at the “big picture” to “connect the dots” and all of which may very well
make a path shrouded in darkness become visible as if on a summer day at high
successful bounty can confront obstacles and people without an obvious
confrontation but is confronting if necessary to light that darkened path.
successful bounty hunter is audacious but not always disliked because of hidden
Finally, in the interest of brevity, a
successful bounty hunter simply will not give up even when submitting to
circumstance out of frustration or lack of emotional or financial support from
family and friends; a real bounty hunter cannot give up; it simply isn’t a
virtue—to give up.
What are prospective bail bond clients
looking for in a new bounty hunter?
The answer is a personal one and shall
be left in your capable discretion ~ Stay Safe & Watch Your Six.
Can bounty hunters carry guns?
A: This Office
receives approximately 850 calls weekly, and a notable percentage of these
calls are in relation to bounty hunters and firearms.
The short answer is "yes, no and
maybe." This answer tends to frustrate people, but there are literally
hundreds of variables that must be calculated and confirmed before making the
very serious decision to carry a gun while bounty hunting wanted felony
fugitives in California.
In point of fact, it isn't possible to
answer the question without hours and hours of classroom instruction in a
variety of areas, and this question cannot be reasonably answered by a simple
can't find a job in law enforcement. Is the bail bonds industry or bounty
hunting business right for me?
A: The facts are
these: federal, state, and local governments are suffering from harsh economic
realities and billions in unfunded liabilities, notwithstanding causation for
the purpose of the points raised heretofore.
This office receives hundreds of weekly calls, and a percentage of the callers are either men or women
who are seeking jobs in law enforcement, who have graduated from a P.O.S.T.
academy and can’t find police or sheriff’s agencies that are hiring, who are
former peace officers who have been laid off, or are ex-cops for other reasons.
Unfortunately many of these perfectly
employable men and women are overspecialized to the extent that some have spent
years on education and subsequently acquired work experience that isn’t always
conducive to civilian jobs in the private sector. Perhaps it is time to do your
own research into the bail bonds industry?
You may be able to find work as a bounty
hunter or employee of a bail bonds company.
You may be able to start your own bail
bond company, but you won’t know if you don’t at least look into bail as a
source of saving or creating your own job.
I would like more information about how to get into bail bonds or bounty
hunting. How should I proceed from here?
A: Spend some time
on this and its sister websites. Click on photos that pull up videos. You
should feel free to ring the Bailspeak Registrar for more information about how
to enroll for class, but technical questions about lawful bounty hunting and
bail transactions are covered in classes that intentionally kept small insofar
that questions may be asked and answered.
Bailspeak offer any “group discount”or discounts for membership in a union or military discounts?
Discounting bail education tuition is specifically against the law and could
result in revocation of Bailspeak’s bail education provider approval. A synopsis concerning the laws on this question
and answer is as follows:
California Code of Regulations Title 10 Investment
Chapter 5 Insurance Subchapter 1 Production of Insurance Article 2.1 Bail
10 CCR §2105.3 (e) (4)
course fee schedule may not have the effect of discriminating in the amount of
course fees based solely on membership or lack of membership in any group or
association, including employment by any employer.
10 CCR §2105.3 (e) (5)
person may purchase from a provider the right to enroll a student in a course
and sell that right to a student for more or less that the person paid the
provider. No person may sell to a student the right to enroll in a course, or
enroll a student in a course, and charge that student more or less than the
person paid or will pay for the course.
Authority cited: Section 1812, Insurance Code. Reference: Section 1810.7,
New section filed 8-20-2007; operative 9-19-2007 (Register 2007, No. 34).
database is current through 5/9/14 Register 2014, No. 19
10 CCR §2105.3, 10 CA ADC §2105.3
I was approached by a bounty hunter who I later learned is not a licensed bail agent. The
bounty hunter states that he has a long history of drafting bail bond motions,
appearing in court, and even giving legal advice about bail bond law and
motion. It all sounds really good. Should I hire the bounty hunter instead of
those very expensive bail attorneys?
A: See the
Following Opinion Editorial—Caveat
Can Independent Bounty Hunter Contractors who are
not Licensed Bail Agents Draft and Appear on a Bail Bond Motion for Sole
Proprietorships or Bail Bond Corporations?
Opinion Editorial & Analysis
By Bailspeak’s Primary Bail Education Instructor,
The following is based on my personal,
layman’s opinion as a private citizen who is simply observing his civic duty.
I thought to follow up and add that the
prior email on bounty hunters drafting moving papers and appearing in court for
a bail bond surety isn’t applicable, in my personal opinion, with a licensed
bail agent, appointed as an agent by the real party in interest bail bond
surety moving a court, drafting and appearing under penal code law—so long as
the bail agent is appearing for a sole proprietorship and not a bail bond
It is my personal, layman’s opinion that
Penal Code §1305 subsection j does allow for “the bail agent” to draft and
appear for an unincorporated bail bond company when he or she is appointed by
the surety upon which the bond was written.
It is my personal, layman’s opinion that
Penal Code §1305 subsection j carries greater weight and is deemed controlling
over Business and Professions §6125 for the purposes of bail agents drafting
and appearing on instant, civil matters injected into an existing criminal
matter before a superior court.
There are published case cites, however,
where the Civil Code of Procedures has sections that are controlling over
certain Penal Code, bail related sections, but, for the purposes of this
personal opinion analysis, bounty hunters who are not licensed bail agents and
appointed by the surety do not have standing under Penal Code §1305 subsection
j to draft and appear in superior court and are subject to Business and
Professions §6125 penalty—in my personal, layman’s opinion.
It is my personal, layman’s opinion that
the curiously lamented reference to an obscure California Civil Code of
Procedure section that allows for a bounty hunter “surety insurer” to draft and
appear in court is seriously flawed and fatal to any bounty hunter’s argument
to the extent that Civil Code of Procedure 995.120 subsection a and b defines a
“surety insurer” in part as follows: “‘Admitted surety insurer’ means a
corporate insurer or a reciprocal or interinsurance exchange to which the
Insurance Commissioner has issued a certificate of authority to transact surety
insurance in this state, as defined in Section 105 of the Insurance Code,” “For
the purpose of application of this chapter to a bond given pursuant to any
statute of this state, the phrases ‘admitted surety insurer,’ ‘authorized
surety company,’ ‘bonding company,’ ‘corporate surety,’ and comparable phrases
used in the statute mean "admitted surety insurer" as defined in this
Whereas, it is my personal, layman’s
position that a bounty hunter appearing for a bail bond company as an
independent contractor is, arguably, not drafting and appearing as an agent for
the surety in any capacity and in such instances the matter in question then defaults
to Business and Professions §6125 primarily because one well established
structure of bail agents appearing for their own non-incorporated bail
companies in superior courts reverts to another dictum based structure where,
plainly stated, a private citizen—not even a corporate officer of the surety,
which is also not applicable for the purposes of this personal, layman’s
analysis—is somehow not even appearing in propria persona for the corporation
and is likened to any person simply walking in off the street not to
self-represent but to represent an entity that he or she isn’t even a corporate
officer or shareholder of and all of which is because the bounty hunter is not
a licensed bail agent who is appointed as an agent for any surety.
Consequently and in my personal,
layman’s opinion, judicial action predicated on the unlicensed practice of law
subjects the victims of a crime to collateral attack by county governments
insofar that previously granted bail bond motions may be reversed at any time,
thus causing the potentiality of tremendous harm to the parties of a private
civil bail bond contract specifically and the California Bail Industry
generally once a court loses jurisdictions to even consider repairing the
damage irrespective of remedies buried in ancillary codes.
Furthermore, while California Penal Code
§1305 subsection j allows for a surety appointed bail agent licensed by the California Department
of Insurance to draft and appear for an unincorporated bail agency, there is no
known statutory allowance for a corporate surety to unilaterally circumvent
numerous related sections and in numerous applicable California Codes by summarily authorizing a common bounty
hunter to practice law for a corporation—in my personal, layman’s opinion.
The civil and criminal liability may be
further compounded, apart from a the unlawful practice of law by a common
bounty hunter, if facts-in-evidence reveal that an attorney for a corporation,
who is a lawyer, authorized the unlawful practice of law since exceptions may
not be controlling over other California Codes—in my personal opinion.
In addition to the above paragraph, it
may be a misdemeanor crime for any person to intentionally deceive or collude
to deceive a court or any party by making oral arguments under Oath or by
submitting any document that causes a court or person to believe that a common
bounty hunter may practice law separate and apart from established law to the
extent that any attorney who provides such evidence or document or opinion may
knowingly be faced with a criminal charge, fine and, possibly, disbarment.
To be succinct in the interest of
brevity, in my personal, layman’s opinion, a bounty hunter working as an
independent contractor for a bail bond company is disallowed to appear under
Penal law; moreover, Civil Code of Procedures does not apply because in the
absence of Penal law applications the bounty hunter is then personally appearing
for an incorporated surety where, arguably, said bounty hunter is engaging in
the “unlicensed practice of law;” indeed, a corporation is not a natural person
and cannot appear in propria persona; it can only appear through counsel with
the exception of sending a corporate representative to small claims under Code
of Civil Procedure section 116.510.
Thus California today defines law
practice as providing “legal advice and legal instrument and contract
preparation, whether or not these subjects were rendered in the course of
litigation.” Birbower, Montalban, Condo & Frank, P.C . v Superior Court.,
supra, at 128. Providing legal advice or service is a violation of
the State Bar Act if done by an unlicensed person, even if the advice or
service does not relate to any matter pending before a court. (Mickel
v. Murphy (1957) 147 Cal.App.2d 718, 721.)
The lead case on this is Paradise v.
Nowlin (1948) 86 Cal.App.2d 897. Subsequent cases have affirmed its holding
that corporations cannot appear pro per for three distinct reasons: (1) any
representative sent on behalf of the corporation would be engaged in the
unauthorized practice of law; (2) the rule ensures that qualified professionals
will appear in court, thereby increasing the efficient and proper
administration of justice; and (3) the distinction helps to maintain the wall
between the corporation as an entity and its individuals shareholders,
directors, and officers. (Id.; see also CLD Construction, Inc. v. City of San Ramon
(2004) 120 Cal.App.4th 765, 773.)
A corporation is not a natural person,
and therefore cannot appear in an action in propria persona. It can appear only
through counsel. (Merco Construction Engineers, Inc. v. Mun.Ct. (Sully Miller
Contracting Co.) (1978) 21 Cal.3d 724, 731.) This prohibition stems from the
notion a corporate representative who would likely appear on behalf of the
corporation would be engaged in the unlicensed practice of law. (Gamet v.
Blanchard (2001) 91 Cal.App.4th 1276, 1284.) The prohibition against a
corporation's “self-representation” in court also furthers the efficient
administration of justice by assuring that qualified professionals present the
corporation's case and assist the court in resolution of the issues; and it helps
maintain the distinction between the corporation and its shareholders. (CLD
Const., Inc. v. City of San Ramon (2004) 120 Cal.App.4th 1141, 1146.)
PC §1305 (j) A motion filed in a
timely manner within the 180-day period may be heard within 30 days of the expiration
of the 180-day period. The court may extend the 30-day period upon a showing of
good cause. The motion may be made by the surety insurer, the bail agent, the
surety, or the depositor of money or property, any of whom may appear in person
or through an attorney.
PC §1305 (k) In addition to any
other notice required by law, the moving party shall give the prosecuting
agency a written notice at least 10 court days before a hearing held pursuant
to subdivision (f), (g), or (j), as a condition precedent to granting the
(PC 1305 Amended by Stats. 2012,
Ch. 129, Sec. 1. Effective January 1, 2013.)
Professions Re Practicing Law without a License or California Department of
Insurance Bail Agent License References
6125. No person shall practice law in California
unless the person is an active member of the State Bar.
6126. (a) Any person advertising or holding himself
or herself out as practicing or entitled to practice law or otherwise
practicing law who is not an active member of the State Bar, or otherwise
authorized pursuant to statute or court rule to practice law in this state at
the time of doing so, is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by up to one year
in a county jail or by a fine of up to one thousand dollars ($1,000), or by
both that fine and imprisonment. Upon a second or subsequent conviction, the
person shall be confined in a county jail for not less than 90 days, except in
an unusual case where the interests of justice would be served by imposition of
a lesser sentence or a fine. If the court imposes only a fine or a sentence of
less than 90 days for a second or subsequent conviction under this subdivision,
the court shall state the reasons for its sentencing choice on the record.
6127.5. Nothing in Sections 6125, 6126 and 6127 shall
be deemed to apply to the acts and practices of a law corporation duly
certificated pursuant to the Professional Corporation Act, as contained in Part
4 (commencing with Section 13400) of Division 3 of Title 1 of the Corporations
Code, and pursuant to Article 10 (commencing with Section 6160) of Chapter 4 of
Division 3 of this code, when the law corporation is in compliance with the
requirements of (a) the Professional Corporation Act; (b) Article 10
(commencing with Section 6160) of Chapter 4 of Division 3 of this code; and (c)
all other statutes and all rules and regulations now or hereafter enacted or
adopted pertaining to such corporation and the conduct of its affairs.
6128. Every attorney is guilty of a misdemeanor who
(a) Is guilty
of any deceit or collusion, or consents to any deceit or collusion, with intent
to deceive the court or any party.
delays his client's suit with a view to his own gain.
receives any money or allowance for or on account of any money which he has not
laid out or become answerable for.
of the provisions of this section is punishable by imprisonment in the county
jail not exceeding six months, or by a fine not exceeding two thousand five
hundred dollars ($2,500), or by both.
Q: I was approached by a bounty hunter who is now trying or tried to be my general bail
agent. I think he’s a bail agent, but I’m not sure if he is and what to
do. What should I be concerned about?
Has someone offered you “paper”to start your own Bail Bonds Company and to act as your de facto general bail
agent when such person by deceit, omission or failure to fully disclose
critical information about his or herself, that led you to reasonably believe
that he or she is or ever was a California licensed bail agent, when such is
not or ever has been the case, occur?
Office routinely and continuously receives reports from independent sources
indicating that the practice of allegedly offering people “paper” to become
bail bond business owners to the extent that the focus of questions are
generally traced back to less than a dozen persons with some more active in the
curious rascality of acting as a general agent when such persons either are no
longer licensed or have never been licensed to transact bail in California.
As a moral and ethical responsibility to
the “protect the public”—within
the spirit of California Insurance Code §1724.5 (e)—the aforementioned and
heretofore general opinion is hereby presented, and the below code sections are
for you to begin to decide for yourself as to whether or not someone failed to
meet the duty of candor.
* * *
Insurance Code §1800(b)
purposes of this section, ‘solicit’ shall include any written or printed
presentation or advertising made by mail or other publication, or any oral presentation
or advertising by means of telephone, radio, or television which implies that
an individual is licensed under this chapter, and any activity in arranging for
bail which results in remuneration to the individual conducting that activity.”
Insurance Code §1800.75
person shall advertise or hold himself out as engaging in the business of
executing, delivering, or furnishing bail bonds or undertakings of bail whether
or not for consideration without holding at the time thereof all proper licenses
required by this chapter.
Insurance Code §1814
violation of any foregoing provision of this chapter, or of any rule of the
commissioner made pursuant thereto, is a public offense, punishable by fine not
exceeding ten thousand dollars ($10,000), or by imprisonment in the state
prison, or in the county jail not exceeding one year, or by both such fine and
Those persons who believe that they may
have been induced by intrinsic fraud or otherwise have been victimized and
suffered financial or emotional injury may consider contacting the California
Department of Insurance Consumer Hotline via its website.
Q: Does Bailspeak
have a “practice bail exam” or “copy of the test” for sale or given out at the
bail pre licensing class?
A: No. Rex Venator sat on the “Ad Hoc Bail Advisory
Board Sub Committee” and assisted, during numerous visits to the California
Department of Insurance building in Sacramento, in developing what would become
the new “Educational Objectives” for both the new era of bail pre licensing and
the new “smart test” bail exam; therefore, Bailspeak’s primary instructor knows
what and how to train people for the California Bail Exam by and through
California Department of Insurance Approved blocks of instruction over its 22
(not the minimum of 20) hour bail pre licensing course.
Pursuant to California Insurance Code §1681.5(b),
willfully cheating or subverting a
license examination is punishable by a fine not to exceed $10,000 or
imprisonment not to exceed one year, or, more plainly stated, it may be a crime
to have a so-called “practice” or “copy” of the California Bail Exam.
HOWEVER, here are some real quotes about the CALIFORNIA BAIL EXAM and from real people who have taken Bailspeak's 20 Hour Bail Agent Pre Licensing Class:
“I passed (bail agent
exam) on Thursday; thanks for the help, and YES, you were right that I would
pass! And as I went through my notes from class I had a detailed description of
all three licenses that you had explained. I was just nervous about passing and
now I'm going for my "Bail Fugitive Recovery Class" ... Thank You for
your Patience and Knowledge as well as Inspiring me to be a P.I. as well.
I someday would like to
possibly teach a course like you do, but know I have a lot to learn about this
You are an AWESOME
Instructor and Role Model I look up too!”
Charlie Anaya Jr. – May 14, 2015 – Facebook
"If the background check goes well (which it
should) I will finally have the career I have dreamed of. HUGE shout out to Rex
Venator & Bailspeak Pre Licensing Ed for being the stepping stone to making
dreams come true. I cannot express my gratitude and appreciation for all that
you have done for me and my family enough."
~ Bailspeak Alumnae, June 8, 2015 – Facebook
"I passed my test
through the California department of insurance for my bail exam. I was
overwhelmed from all the encouraging words from my friends and family. I want
to thank Rex Venator and Bailspeak for offering such An awesome and informative
class. Taking the class offered by Bailspeak really just gave me personal
confirmation of how much I enjoy the bail industry. I'm so excited to move
forward with my career!"
~ Bailspeak Alumnae,
June 9, 2015 – Facebook
Q: I am a bail
agent, and I own my own bail company. Do
I have to retake bail agent pre licensing if I do my own bounty hunting? Do I get any continuing bail education credit
for taking pre licensing over?
A: Any bail agent, who does his or her own
bounty hunting on his or her own “paper,” who was licensed AFTER January 1, 2000 may be required to be California Penal Code
1299 Compliant to include completing 20 hours of bail agent pre licensing; indeed,
Bailspeak’s bail agent pre licensing course continuously exceeds bail education
those persons licensed by the department as a bail licensee pror to January 1,
1994, there is no PC 832 education requirement. For those persons
licensed by the department as a bail licensee between January 1, 1994 and
December 31, 2012, a minimum of 12 hours of classroom pre-licensing education
According to the California Department
of Insurance, there is no such thing as being “Grandfathered in” to anything;
however, there are cases where certain aspects of bail and bounty hunting have
exceptions or exemptions under very precise circumstances and all of which is
common instruction to Bailspeak classes.
Every Sunday and every Monday of each 20
hour bail agent pre licensing course are also separately overlapping Continuing
Bail Education classes, Approved by the California Department of Insurance, for
six hours each or 12 hours total CE Credit consisting of timely and relevant
changes to bail laws and how those changes are impacted by societal shifts in
Sunday is Lawful Bounty Hunting, and
Monday is Advanced Bounty Hunting bail law and motion studies. These subject areas change at the speed of a
text and therefore cannot be adequately covered in antiquated, online Bail CE
courses with some containing course content that may be totally obsolete and endemic
with information that may lead to unnecessary liability.
Q: I need fugitive recovery equipment such as a badge, body armor, and maybe a Taser. Can Bailspeak help me with that?
A: Yes. You may find what you're looking for at the www.realbountyhunting.com Bounty Hunter Pro Store that was created by Rex Venator and managed by real bounty hunters. Scroll Down and see Rex himself briefly explaining Bailspeak's online Bail Enforcement Supply Gear Bounty Hunting Store Products with more to come.