We provide you complete guidance of the process of getting released on bail when your friend or a family member who gets arrested.

After an arrest, the court sets a bail amount. This is the court’s way of ensuring that a defendant appears at their scheduled court date, or dates once released from jail.The bail is refunded if a person attends Court as scheduled. If a person flees their bail is forfeited.  We help a person to find a Bondsman when a person cannot afford to post the entire bail bond. For some crimes after you’ve been arrested the jail can set a “standard” bail amount, which allows you to bond out without attending first appearance.

However, if you cannot afford the bond set, your criminal defense lawyer may request bond reduction and present to the judge certain factors (your lack of prior criminal record, your standing in the community, your family ties, and your employment) as reasons to support reducing your bond. If you do not post bail or cannot post bail you will have to remain in jail.

We will need basic information when you contact us for gaining our expert services. We then work with you and the jail to secure the release of the defendant by delivering a bail bond to the court in the full amount of the bail set by the court, to secure you or your loved one’s release. Depending on the circumstances, collateral or a co-signer may be required. Our process is quick, professional and cost effective.