Trusted Bail Bonds
We are here for YOU - 24/7 to reunite your family
Get the fastest release for your family or friend by using one of 24/7 Bail Bonding’s convenient locations, serving 11 Counties in South Metro Atlanta, Georgia.
We have the most knowledgeable and compassionate agents waiting for your call.
We Can Get them HOME!
CALL any of our 24/7 Bonding Companies
How Long Will It Take?
24/7 Bonding Agents are the quickest, the most efficient, and the most knowledgeable bail bond agents. We use ‘state of the art’ equipment to process all applications, credit cards, and deliver the all the necessary documents to get your friend and family released as quickly as possible.
Then it is up to the jail, or release center to take these documents (Power of Attorney) and release the defendant. How long it takes to release a defendant is determined by how efficient the corrections officers are, and how many other people have been arrested before your friend or family member.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday and holidays are usually the busiest. Being realistic, in some counties it can be from 4 to 10 hours after the bail bond agent has delivered the documents to the release center.
Calling us first as soon as possible will help the defendant get out of jail quicker.
24/7 is a family owned business serving South Metro Atlanta for over 30 years.
24/7 Bail Bond Services
We are available to help you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
0% Interest Payment Plans
Ask us about our many payment plans to help you afford bail.
We immediately process your application to get your friend or family home as FAST as possible.
Need to Make Plans for your own Bail?
My loved one was arrested! What do I do now?
25 years old
And All of the following
- Must be a resident of the State of Georgia for at least two year.
- Is in good standing with the law
- 2 Years of verifiable employment
All of the following
- Current Georgia Drivers License
- Proof of Residence
- Proof of Employment
Ability To Pay
One or More
- Approved Application
- Payment Made
- Collateral Secured
Tips for Posting Bail
First, the ‘bail bond agent” has to find out where the defendant is being held. If you are a family member of friend please have the person’s legal name and date of birth ready.