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For prompt and reliable bail bond services, we encourage you to reach out to us today. At Around The Clock Bail Bonds, we understand the urgency and stress that come with a loved one’s arrest.

Our experienced team is here to help you navigate the complexities of the bail system, providing the assistance you need during this challenging time. Don’t hesitate to call us – we’re ready to provide the reliable and compassionate service you deserve.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is a bail bond?

A bail bond is a legal contract between a bail bondsman or bail bond agency and the court, guaranteeing the appearance of a defendant for their scheduled court hearings. It allows individuals accused of a crime to secure their release from custody by paying a percentage of the total bail amount set by the court.

How much does a bail bond cost?

The cost of a bail bond typically amounts to a percentage of the total bail set by the court. In many states, the standard rate is around 10% of the bail amount. For instance, if the bail is set at $10,000, you would typically pay $1,000 to secure a bail bond.

What happens if the defendant fails to appear in court?
If the defendant fails to appear in court as scheduled, it can lead to serious consequences. The bail bond becomes forfeited, and the court issues a warrant for the defendant’s arrest. Additionally, the cosigner or the person who posted the bail bond may be responsible for paying the remaining bail amount or collateral pledged for the bond.
Can the bail bond premium be refunded?

The bail bond premium, which is the fee paid to the bail bond agency, is generally non-refundable. It is considered payment for the services provided by the agency, including securing the defendant’s release and assuming the risk associated with their court appearances. However, specific circumstances may vary, so it’s advisable to discuss refund policies with your bail bond agent.

What collateral can be used for a bail bond?

Collateral is sometimes required to secure a bail bond, especially for higher bail amounts. Common forms of collateral can include real estate, vehicles, jewelry, bank accounts, or other valuable assets. The value of the collateral should match or exceed the bail amount. It’s essential to discuss collateral requirements with your bail bond agent.

Are payment plans available for bail bonds?

Yes, many bail bond agencies offer flexible payment plans to accommodate individuals who may not be able to pay the full premium upfront. Payment options can vary, so it’s advisable to inquire about available payment plans and discuss them with the bail bond agency. Keep in mind that payment plans may involve additional fees or interest charges.