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  • What is bail?
    The Eighth Amendment of the Constitution of the United States is the right to reasonable bail. "Bail" is a cash deposit to a court to persuade it to release a suspect from jail, with the understanding that the suspect will return for trial or forfeit the bail (and possibly be brought up on charges of the crime of failure to appear).
  • What is the bail bond process?
    After an inmate has been fully booked, a bail amount will be determined for his or her release. After the bail amount has been set you can call 1-833-Getyouout for a free consultation. We will work with you, your loved one and the jail to secure a timely release." A bail agent is a person permitted to solicit, negotiate, and affect undertakings of bail on behalf of any surety insurer. The bail bond process does not take long after the inmate has been fully booked. With us, the bail bond process is a fast process and we assist you through it the entire way. We are here to help you or your loved one get out of jail as quick and easy as possible. Please note our bail rates and fees may differ depending on your location.
  • How does a bail bond work?
    The court system will set the amount of bail required for the defendant’s release. Under state law, a company can provide a “bail bond” that guarantees payment of the full bail amount to the court if the defendant does not show up for all scheduled appearances. These bail bonds are offered by licensed bail service providers. For providing the pre-trial release service, bail service providers charge a premium – a percentage of the total bail amount, typically 10%. For example, for a bail amount set at $20,000, the premium would be about $ $2,000 plus any additional fees required. The bail service provider must charge the premium rate that it has filed with the Department of Insurance and the premium is not refundable once the defendant is released.
  • Who is a co-signer/guarantor?
    A co-signer/guarantor is the person(s) willing to be responsible for the defendant while they are out on bail and who co-assumes financial responsibility, including guarantee of the full bail bond amount.
  • Can you bail yourself out of jail?
    Yes, you can bail yourself out of jail. A loved one can also facilitate the bail process on your behalf so you can be released from jail. The bail process is the same regardless of whether you or your loved one contacts 1-833-Getyouout for assistance. After arrest; a bail amount is set by the court to ensure the defendant appears to court on the scheduled date following their release from jail. Call us for a free consultation and bail information. We will work with you, your loved one and the jail to secure the release by issuing a bail bond in the amount set by the court.
  • Can you bail someone out of jail on a weekend?
    You can bail someone out of jail on a weekend, depending on the jail facilities’ operating hours. This usually means contacting us for assistance. We are open 24/7 for those who need to request bail help at any time.
  • How much does it cost to bail someone out of jail?
    Every case is a little different. To better answer this question specific to your case, please contact a team member at 1-833-Getyouout.
  • What is the difference between bail bond amount and premium?
    The bail bond amount is the full amount of the bail that is set by the court. The premium is the dollar amount charged by the bail service provider for providing the pre-trial release service. Usually this premium is 10% of the bail amount. For example, if the bail amount is $10,000, the premium charged would be $1,000.
  • Do you get bail money back?
    No. The premium paid to us is a percentage of the bail amount set by the court, and is the fee charged for our services to help release the defendant from custody.
  • What does it mean when a bail bond is exonerated?
    A bail bond is exonerated when the legal process/trial has concluded. It does not matter whether the defendant is found guilty/innocent or if the case has been dismissed. At this point, the bail bond is discharged. However, any unpaid premium, fees or other amounts charged by the bail service provider are still owed.
  • When does a forfeiture take place?
    A forfeiture occurs when a defendant fails to appear in court. If a defendant misses a court date, a bench warrant is issued for their arrest. In some cases, the bail bond may be “reinstated” by the defendant working with us to report back to the court, which allows the court to set a new trial date for the defendant.
  • When can I make a payment with Financial Services?
    Financial Services is here to assist you Monday through Thursday, 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM and Friday, from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
  • Need to make a payment?
    To make a payment, please call 1-833-Getyouout to schedule an appointment with financial services.

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