The bail bond program is a wonderful part of the American justice system. It’s a program that allows you to be released from jail and reunite with your family while you wait for the conclusion of your case. Without the current bail bonds program, there’s a good chance that you would spend months while the case makes its way through the incredibly slow legal process. The sheer length of time it takes a case to move is enough to prompt some people to plead guilty or take bad plea deals simply so they can go home.
Not only does the bail bonds program allow you to sleep in your own bed and spend time with your family, but it also allows you to keep working so that you don’t have to worry about your legal problems jeopardizing your job. When you sign a contract with us, we work quickly to get you released from jail. You should be out before your next work shift begins.
We want every single one of our clients to not only be comfortable with the bail bonds process but to also fully understand exactly how it works. We believe this knowledge should come before you sign a contract which is why we encourage you to take advantage of our free bail bonds consultation. This consultation puts you in direct contact with one of our highly skilled bail bonds experts who will explain every single aspect of the bail bonds process, what we expect from our clients, and how our flexible payment plans work. By the end of the consultation, you’ll feel like a bail bonds expert!
During the free bail bond consultation, we’ll discuss:
- How much your 10% fee is
- If you are eligible for a discount
- How quickly we can have you released from jail
- How our payment plan works
- Whether you need a co-signer or collateral
- What restrictions you’ll have while out on a bail bond
It’s important to note that using our free consultation service does not mean you’re obligated to sign a contract with us. It’s perfectly okay to use the consultation as a means of educating yourself about Tennessee’s bail bond process. Following the consultation, you’re free to spend as much time as you want to debate if a bail bond is a right choice for you.