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3 Signs You Should Call a Bail Bondsman

Last updated 7 years ago

Being arrested and charged is a difficult and emotional event for the accused and their family. When a court sets a high bail amount, it may seem that you will be spending the foreseeable future in jail. But a bail bondsman can help you get back home to your family and overcome the hardships of imprisonment. Here are three situations in which you should call upon the help of a bail bondsman:

  1. You Can’t Afford Bail. Often, judges will set bail at a level that you or your family can’t afford. A bail bondsman is able to post bail to the court so you can be released until your court date. This is a far more affordable alternative than posting the actual jail bail yourself.  
  2. Your Court Date is Far Away. Court dates are usually set days, weeks, or even months in the future. Unless you post bail, you will be held at a holding facility or jail while you wait for your hearing. You won’t be able to be with your family and loved ones, and without a bail bond agent you’ll remain in jail for as long as it takes until your court date arrives.
  3. You Can’t Post Cash Bail. Sometimes you simply aren’t allowed to post a cash bail. The circumstances vary, but there are times when a judge will not approve a cash bond, and you’ll need the services of a bail bondsman to get out of jail. Bail posted in full by a bail bonds agent can get you home.

At 24 Seven Bail Bonds, we’re available anytime, and can complete your bail bond paperwork in about 15 minutes. We can help you get out of jail and back home into the arms of your loved ones. Give us a call at (732) 418-2245 at any hour of the day or visit our website for more information on how a bail bonds agent can assist you.


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