Frequently Asked Questions

The bail bond process can be complicated and confusing without an expert bondsman. We will assist you with every step of the bail process to ensure you’re released from Jail as soon as possible.

What is the process of getting someone released?2018-12-07T02:13:14+00:00
  • Contact our reputable bail bonds agent on call
  • We discuss any questions or concerns you have about the process
  • Make payment arrangements for the bond premium and collateral
  • We post bail for you or your loved one
  • You are released from incarceration until your court date
Are your quotes no obligation?2018-12-07T02:14:48+00:00

Yes! Call Us and we will inform you of your options. The call is free. We will work with you or your loved ones to come up with a payment plan and collateral terms that fit your needs.

What are the types of cases you post Bail for?2018-12-07T02:16:17+00:00

All types! Listed below are a few of the most common categories.

  • Assault
  • Battery
  • Child support
  • Domestic violence
  • Drug Offense
  • Felonies
  • Misdemeanors
  • OWI
  • Probation violation
  • Property crimes
  • Weapons violations
  • Surety bonds
  • Cash bonds
  • And More
How long will it take to post the Bond?2018-12-07T02:17:57+00:00

The amount of time you or loved one spends in jail varies greatly.

  • Was the defendant cooperative?
  • How many people are being processed?
  • Is it a holiday?
  • All paperwork must be processed this can take hours
What are the main factors behind release?2018-12-07T02:19:11+00:00

There are two key elements you must know when posting bail; the first being the monetary amount of the bond set by the court, and second is the manner in which you may post the bond. The manner in which you post a bond can take several forms, additionally bail amounts are not set in stone. The bond can be challenged by the judge or defendant. Several factors are taken into consideration when the monetary bond amount and conditions of bail are met.

What factors affect Bail amounts?2018-12-07T02:25:48+00:00
  • Defendant’s ties to the community. Flight risk?
  • Probability of conviction
  • Employment status
  • Severity of offense
  • Mental state of defendant
  • History of addition or substance abuse
  • Previous record of appearance or non-appearance in court proceedings
  • Criminal history

The court system has a primary concern when determining the amount and stipulations of bail. Will the defendant return to court to stand trial for the accused crime. There are several things you can do to help your bail case; have a friend or family member present to vouch for you in front of the judge. Any paperwork regarding medical conditions or employment status may help your case.

What are the ways to post bail?2018-12-07T02:26:25+00:00
  • Personal recognizance – no monetary amount needs to be posted in order to be released. These types of bonds are reserved for non violent, less severe misdemeanor offenses.
  • Cash/Surety – full amount must be posted or contact a bond agent who guarantees a surety to the court system.
  • 10% – Only ten percent is needed to post bail

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