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WHAT IS BAIL ?


​     A bail bondsman, also known as a bail agent, makes a living lending defendants and their co-signors money to post bail on the defendant's behalf. Posting bail allows for the defendant to go about their day to day operations while their case matter is handled by the court. A bail agent will require that the defendant is supervised by the bail agency while out on bond. The defendant must have his/her photograph taken, will have to fill out paperwork regarding their personal information, family information and prior criminal record, if any, as well as check-in with the bail agency to make sure they are taking care of their court responsibilities while out on bail. ​

​           WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU ARE ARRESTED? 


When someone is arrested, they are brought to a local booking facility, wherein they are fingerprinted and

a photograph is taken. The defendant is subsequently seen by a Judge who reviews the charges filed by the

arresting agency. Once the Judge reviews these charges, he will then set a bail. There are many types of bail

that can be set including R.O.R., unsecured, 10% and straight bail. If the defendant must post money in

order to be bailed out of jail, you may need the services of a bail bondsman. Many factors determine how a

Judge will set the bail including, but not limited to the risk of flight associated with the defendant, the severity of the crime, the nature of the crime allegedly committed, the defendant's prior record, and the danger the defendant might pose to the public. If bail cannot be posted, the defendant will be required to sit in jail until the case matter is resolved with the court.

WHAT DOES A BAIL BONDSMAN DO?

     A bail bondsman, also known as a bail agent, makes a living lending defendants and their co-signors money to post bail on the defendant's behalf. Posting bail allows for the defendant to go about their day to day operations while their case matter is handled by the court. A bail agent will require that the defendant is supervised by the bail agency while out on bond. The defendant must have his/her photograph taken, will have to fill out paperwork regarding their personal information, family information and prior criminal record, if any, as well as check-in with the bail agency to make sure they are taking care of their court responsibilities while out on bail.


           Our bail agents meet with clients any time of the day or night to arrange bail for jail release. This may be in the client's home, in  our offices, at the jail, or any other location that works for both bonding agent and client.  We believe in going the extra mile to provide professional and courteous service. Our agency is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. What does this mean for our clients? This means that whenever you call us, there will always be a licensed bail bond agent available and ready to assist you.

We always treat each of our clients with respect because we understand that you don’t have to be a criminal to get arrested! We never sacrifice a client’s privacy or violate their trust under any circumstances.


We strive to provide the best service in the bail bonds industry.  Our bail bond agents will help you regardless of the alleged crimes of the accused.  We don’t judge you or the person who is in custody.  Our bail agents are respectful, courteous, and empathetic to the situation you have been put in

Contact us for an immediate, no cost consultation 24 hours a day!

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  HOW LONG UNTIL THE DEFENDANT GETS OUT OF JAIL?

First, the defendant is taken to a central booking facility and the person is processed for the arrest. This involves fingerprinting, photographing, and conducting a search to find if any outstanding warrants exit for the defendant. The charges are read to the defendant by a Magistrate/Judge, and the bail amount is set. This process may take a few hours. If no outstanding warrants exist and this is not a capital crime (murder), the person is eligible for bail.  Arrangements are made for friends or family to sign the Bail Bond Agreement and other documents. This process takes approximately one-half hour. Once the necessary documents are signed, and the bail premium is paid, a bail agent posts the bail bond at the jail or directly with the local court. Release times vary from about twenty minutes to a few hours. We give you the best estimate we can at the time we do your transaction. Although this bail agency is available 24 hours a day, every county has their own individual procedures set forth by the court. Please contact your bail agent for further information.

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