Each jurisdiction not only has its own rules on how bail is determined and who can be released, but also its procedures on how sureties should be paid. Typically, the payment process requires someone to go to a particular location, for example.B. to a courthouse or jail. A cashier, manager or other official on the site is responsible for obtaining a deposit. The payer must provide the agent with specific information, such as the name of the defendant, the file or reservation number and the amount of the deposit to be paid. (The administrator or staff member often has access to this information and can determine the amount of security to be paid.) The payer must then provide the administrator with the corresponding amount of the deposit. Once the bail amount is set, the defendant`s choice is to remain in prison until the charge is clarified at trial, arrange bail, or pay full bail until the case is resolved. . .