Also known as a surety bond, a bail bond is a contract that states that the bail bonds agent will post the full bail amount for the cost of 10% of that bail amount. When the client signs the contract, he or she is also taking responsibility for making sure that the defendant shows up to court.
You will not pay any interest on a bail bond from our company. We may need to collect some form of collateral though.
What is a bail bond?
How do I pay for a bail bond?
Where could I get a cheap bail bond?
How do I pick a bail bonds agency?
How can I set up a payment plan for the bond?
How much interest will I pay for financing a bail bond?
You could pay for a bail bond with any major credit card, debit card, cash, or check. Most bail bonds agencies will also have the option of setting up a payment plan.
Picking an agency could be difficult, but our agency can guarantee that you will be satisfied with our service and that your loved one will be out of jail as soon as possible.
It is illegal for any agency to charge anything different than ten percent of the full bail amount for a bail bond.
In order to set up a payment plan, our agent will have to meet with you so that you guys could discuss a payment plan that work around your budget..
What happens if I miss my Court Date?
If you miss your court date, it is not the end of the world, as long as you contact your bondsman immediately. He or she will tell you how to get your court date rescheduled.
What is a misdemeanor?
A misdemeanor is any crime that holds a level of seriousness, but is not as bad as a felony. These crimes could be punishable by up to a year in jail or a fine with some form of probation.
Will I qualify for a bail bond?
Most people qualify for a bail bond because we make it our mission to accept all bail bond applications that we get.
What is a felony?
A felony is any crime that holds a higher level of seriousness than a felony and is punishable by at least one year in jail with a fine and some form of probation.