The Bail Bonds Process | The Details Of The Bail Bonds Process

Our team of professional, qualified and reliable bail bondsmen is always here to help you through each and every step of the bail bonds process.

The Bail Bonds Process
The bail bonds process can seem confusing and overly complicated to your everyday person. That is why having our team of professional bondsmen help you at every step of the way is always the most advisable choice. Our bondsmen are professional, experienced and trained to handle your bond quickly and efficiently. We are here to help get you out of jail as soon as possible.

The Booking Process

After you have been arrested, the very next step in the process is booking. The booking process is simply the recording of the personal and arrest information of the bookie (arrested party). Taking your mug shot, fingerprints and information are all parts of the booking process. Once the booking part of the process is done, you will be placed in a cell or with other arrestees.

Bail Hearings

If you have committed a minor criminal offense (like a misdemeanor) then you will most likely be eligible for immediate bail. But, if you committed a much more serious offense, then you will have to sit a hearing in front of a judge. The judge will rule whether or not you are currently eligible for bail and for the amount of the bail if you are deemed eligible.

Posting Bail

Once the bail amount has been set (usually at an amount that is intentionally impossible for the average person to pay on their own) you may then contact a bail bonds company. A bonds company exists to cover all but 10% of those massive bail amounts. Bail is set so astronomically high because it is supposed to be an incentive to show up to all court dates for your trial and to not skip town. Once bail has been posted, you are free to return home and prepare for your trial(s) in comfort. Don’t spend more time behind bars then you have to. Contact us today.

Contact A Bail Bondsmen Today

As far as bail bonds are concerned, time is of the essence. The faster you post bail, the faster you can return home to prepare your case. No one wants to spend more time behind bars than they have to. So don’t hesitate. Contact our bail bonds company as soon as you are given the go-ahead from a judge.

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