FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is a bail bond?
A bail bond is an agreement by a criminal defendant to appear for trial or pay a sum of money set by the court. A bail bondsman, who charges the defendant a fee in return for guaranteeing the payment, cosigns the bail bond.
How long does the process take to be release form jail?
It typically takes 1-4 hours after the bond is accepted at the jail, or the clerk of court.
How can I make payments?
You can make payments over the phone with a debit / credit card or come in with cash /money order.
What do I do if I miss my court date?
Contact us immediately to resolve any court issues.
How do I qualify to be a co-signer?
To qualify to be a co-signer you must have some kind of financial backing and be a close family member/friend that is 18 or older
Do I get my money back after the case is over?
No, we cannot return any of the premium that is used for the bail bond
What is cash collateral?
Cash collateral is put up during the bail process to the bondsman to insure that the client shows up to court. Unlike the premium, once the case is completely over the collateral is returned to the individual.