Fast Bail Release In Nashville, Tennessee
No matter where in Tennessee you are, you can count on one of our local bail agents being available to help you and your friend or family member. Our expert bail agents can help you get your loved one out of jail in as little as two hours depending on the county that your loved one was arrested.
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Expert Bail Help 24 Hours a Day In Nashville, Tennessee
If you are trying to bail someone you care about out of jail and the bail agent you are working with is making things difficult, you should consider finding a different bail agent. Do not let a bad bail bonds company and its agents waste your time. Instead, spend your time wisely by going to Free at Last Bail Bonds Nashville and getting a free consultation with one of our skilled and caring bail agents.
Our bail agents are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in offices located all over the state of Tennessee. This way, it does not matter when or where your friend or family member was arrested, you can always count on Free at Last Bail Bonds Nashville to be there for you. We can help you rescue your loved one from every jail and courthouse in the state.
As soon as you call, our bail agents begin the process of getting your loved one released from jail. Our agents will walk you through the bail bonds process and answer any questions you might have regarding the release of your friend or family member. Do not hesitate to ask a question, our bail agents are here to help you.
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Free at Last Bail Bonds in Nashville is the best bail bonds company when you are looking for a deal. For qualified signers, we can offer a no money down bail bond. This means you or you’re loved one can be out of jail without needing the money that very day. This makes your life easier and helps keep you calm and collected so you can make good decisions. Other bail bond companies strive on making their clients stressed and scaring them into paying more for a bail bond.
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What Judges Look At When Setting Bail
If you've sat through a few bail hearings, you are probably confused. Many people feel that the judges simply make up numbers when they set bail for different prisoners, but that's not the case at all. The truth is that there are some very specific things judges look at when they are trying to decide if they want to grant bail and if so, how much bail they'll require.
How Serious Are the Charges
The first thing the judge considers is the severity of the charges. For minor things, they probably won't set a high bail. For severe crimes like felony assault, arson, and homicide, they will set a high bail. The circumstances surrounding the alleged crime, whether was it done in the heat of the moment or was it planned, will also be considered.
Defendants who have been charged with a crime that has a defined victim, such as domestic abuse cases, will likely have a higher bail since the judge wants to protect the victim
The Defendant's History
The defendant's history plays a huge role in how high their bail is. Defendants who have no criminal record will get a lower bail than those who have a history of criminal behavior. The same is true for defendants who have no history of failing to appear in court as those who do.
How Strong is the Case Against the Defendant
Even though a bail hearing is done to determine bail, and not to determine guilt, the judge will want to hear how strong a case the prosecution has against the victim. If there is a great deal of evidence showing that the defendant will likely be convicted, the judge will set higher bail.
The fact that the prosecution has to present so much evidence during the bail hearing can work to the defendant's benefit since it tells their lawyer what kind of case the prosecution will present if the case goes to trial.
Will You Leave Town
The last thing the judge considers is whether you appear to be a flight risk. If they think that you'll post bail and flee town rather than appear in court, they will set a high bail. If you appear to be a flight risk, they will also likely require that you wear GPS monitoring if you do make bail. Free at Last Bail Bonds Nashville understands the challenges presented by high bail requests and we want to help. In addition to keeping our fee a very low 10%, we offer clients who meet specific requirements a 20% discount. We also have zero-interest payment plans available.