How Bail Bonds Work
How to begin the bail bond release process?
Select A Bail State
Bonding Agencies is a Nationwide
Companies, doing business for over 30 years with
Bail Bond Agents throughout
the United States. For fast bail bond service call 1.800.224.5937
Consumer Tips on Bail Bonds
Consultation Call 1-800-224-5937
Deal ONLY with a
licensed bail bond agent. Ask to see the bail agent or agency license and
identification prior to any bail transaction.
The bail agent should charge you only the legal rate approved in by state insurance department. Any additional charges should be itemized and explained to your satisfaction.
Get an itemized
receipt of all charges. You should receive a surety company numbered receipt , stating the amount you paid, the total
amount being charged, on who's behalf (defendant name), the address of the
Surety Company and telephone.
You should receive a surety company numbered
, stating the amount you paid, the total amount being charged, on who's behalf (defendant name), the address of the Surety Company and telephone.
Get copies of
all signed contracts and agreements.
If financing is
provided, take time to read and understand the terms and agreement prior
You are not only paying for the bond, but you are also paying for a service. The bail agent should be available for questions or concerns even after the bail bond has been posted.
If you have a doubt "DON'T SIGN". First speak with an attorney.
How A Bail Bond Works
Bail Bond Agencies enable you to have a friend/relative d from jail without requiring you to personally post the entire bond amount. A Bail Bond Agency will typically collect a specific percentage of the total bail amount (as prescribed by law) from you and guarantees the Court that the defendant will appear to all hearings as required.
Bail bond agencies typically collect 10% of the bail amount from you as a "Premium." To have a friend/relative d from jail, you pay this amount or arrange financing with us. (@ Bail Yes we accept cash, credit cards, personal checks and also provide quick financing.)
Once we receive the payment, we can arrange to have your friend/relative d from jail.
Essentially, the Bail bond process works as follows:
1. You contact us at Our 24 Hour number 1-800-224-5937.
2. Your Bail Yes Bail Bond Agent will ask you for specific information about your friend/relative who is detained, including the following:
o What is the person’s full legal name?
o What is the person's date of birth?
o What county, city and state is the person being held in?
o What is the booking number?
o What is the charge?
o How much is the bail amount?
(Your Agent may also require some basic information about the accused his or her personal history, including where they work/school, previous arrests, and residency information.)
o You provide Bail Yes with a percentage of the total bail amount (typically only 10%) or arrange financing and Bail Yes Bonding will cover the additional 90% of the bail amount. (We accept cash, credit cards, and checks and can also provide quick & easy financing with 3 or 6 month payment plans.)
o We will contact the jail facility and determine exact bail information and arrange to have your friend/relative released.
o Your Bail Yes Agent will contact you as soon as arrangements have been completed.
Please have patience. Many detention facilities (especially those in large metropolitan areas) are very slow in processing and often have their telephone lines overloaded with calls. Your bail agent will be able to assist you in confirming the release status, charges, etc. For immediate bail service call 1-800-224-5937 and you will be connected to a bail bondsman in your area.
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