A Quick Guide to Bail Bonds
While most people have heard of bail bonds agencies, few actually understand what they are or how the bail bonds process works until a loved one is arrested and requires a bail bond.
The main function of a bail bonds agency is to provide the accused with the means to leave jail. The way bail works is that the accused gives the court a pre-determined amount of money that guarantees that the accused will attend all of their court dates. Once the accused has attended their court dates and the case is resolved, they’ll get their money back.
The problem many people encounter is that the process can take a really long time and they can’t afford to post bail and still pay their bills. This is where Bail Bonds in Nashville enters the picture. Instead of having to cover the entire bail amount, you pay us 10%. This 10% serves as our fee. Once you’ve paid the 10% or created a payment plan with us, we’ll go to the court/jail and post a bail bond that covers the entire amount of your required bail. As soon as the paperwork is complete, you’re free to go home.
As long as you follow all the terms of your bail, including attending your court dates, you’ll hardly hear from us. At the conclusion of your case, the court returns our bail bond and your connection to us ends.
In some cases, we will require that you find a co-signer or provide collateral for your bail bond. We won’t know for sure if this is needed until we’ve spoken to you, learned how large a bail bond you need, and checked out your history.
When you contact us about a Tennessee bail bond, you’ll find that we’re easy to work with and that we provide outstanding customer service. We’ve been providing people like you with bail bonds for the past few decades and understand exactly how stressful the situation is. We promise to do everything in our power to ease your worries and to simplify getting the bail bond you require.
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Learn more about Bail Bonds in Nashville and the Tennessee bail program by calling (615) 242-3733 and request your free consultation!