You’ve been arrested, arraigned, and bond has been set. Whatever your circumstances may be, when you need a bail bond, you need one now and you need it from a business you can trust. Bail Bonds in Dekalb County from Free at Last Bail Bonds will be happy to work with you and will do everything they can to get you released as soon as possible with the least amount of hassle possible.
The process is fast and easy. Once you have been arraigned and your bail has been set, you contact Bail Bonds in Dekalb County for an initial consultation. This is where they look into your situation and gather important details, like your name, background information, and any past record you may have. It is guaranteed that none of that information is used, shared, sold, or exchanged with any third parties without first obtaining your permission. Once you know where you stand, you simply sign the agreement and pay ten percent of the bond fee, also known as the premium, plus any travel expenses for the bondsman. At that point, your bail bondsman will step up and pay the court the remaining amount.
If a friend, or loved one has been jailed and you want to help them with bail, that is definitely allowed. You will be a cosigner on the bail agreement and will ensure that the defendant will show up for all legally required appearances in court. You then pay the ten percent premium and once again the bail bondsman pays the court the rest of the amount.
Bail Bonds in Dekalb County pledges to provide fast, reliable, 24-hour service in order to obtain the release of the defendant from any jail in a friendly, courteous, and professional manner. Another way they will work with you is to make things as easy on you as possible financially. They realize that this is a stressful time for you and your loved ones and they are willing to work with you to find a mutually-acceptable payment plan. And please keep in mind that if collateral is used in the premium payment process, it will not be released until the case has been completed and all legal obligations have been met.