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We Help With Bail Bonds

Let’s face it – it’s most likely that you weren’t expecting to need a bail bondsman. We’re a service that handles a very unfortunate situation that most people aren’t planning on. The odds are that when facing the need for a bail bondsman, you’re already overwhelmed and confused about what’s going on.

We are the best full service bail bonds agency that you can count on to explain and help you with the entire process. 

A bail agent arranges for the release of a defendant accused of a crime from jail  by guaranteeing the court that the defendant will appear for all court dates required by the court. If the defendant does not appear,
it is the bail agent’s responsibility to get the defendant back in court and if they cannot return them to court, then
they must locate the defendant and rearrest them and return them to jail. If the bail agent fails to do one of those,
then the bail agent must pay the full face amount of the bond.

A bail agent is licensed to transact all aspects of bail required to have a defendant released from jail or court custody
through the use of a surety bond. The agent is licensed by the state and is required to pass and exam, as well as a
thorough background investigation. The law strictly prohibits any bail agent from giving legal advice.

No, you do not have to use a bail agent, BUT you should call and discuss your situation with one of our trained agents to get all the information that you need before you make your decision.
Some of the options available are:

  • Pay the full cash bail directly to the court in the form of cash, cashier’s check or money order.
  • Pay the full cash bail in the form of funds from the US Treasury.
    Accommodation can sometimes be made through the court to use real property as collateral. The laws vary and can be
    very specific as to how this is negotiated. You should consult with your attorney or the court clerk for more details.
  • Post a bail bond. This is also referred to as a “surety bond”.
    This can only be accomplished through a licensed bail bond company such as 24/7 Bail Bonding Company.
    Always ask to see identification from anyone who claims to be a bail agent.

When a defendant is taken into custody by law enforcement, a number of things can happen. 

Most commonly:

  • The Defendant is released. No Charges are filed.
  • The Defendant is released on his or her Own Recognizance. (O.R.)
  • The Defendant is released on a bail bond.
  • The Defendant remains in custody until arraignment.
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My family was overwhelmed with emotion when my brother was arrested. We didn't know what to do. 24/7 was there with us every step of the way and got my brother home that night to be with his family. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
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I will never forget getting that call. It's a mother's worst nightmare. I'm so thankful that I reached out to Fayette Bonding a 24/7 Bail Bonding Company. My son was home with me the next day. I highly recommend 24/7.
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24/7 Bail Bonds let me help my buddy out of a jam. He was able to pay me back because he made it work the next day. Thank you
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