How Can I Pay Bail With Bail Bonds?

Many defendants cannot afford to pay the entire amount of bail themselves. Bail bonds help defendants to pay the jail to avoid imprisonment while awaiting trial or court. Woodward Bonding Company has highly trained staff who will work hard to help you speed up the bail and release process. Here is how you can pay bail with bail bonds:

How Bail Bonds Work

When a person gets arrested, they usually need to pay a particular amount for their bail and are usually provided with a hearing date. Their family and friends can face the responsibility of paying for their release.

Many lack the finances to pay for the bond, so they seek help from a bail bondsman. The bail bonding company posts the bail to help the accused avoid jail before trial. In return, the accused is expected to turn up at all court appearances and pay for the bond services. We offer bail bond solutions to get your life back to normal as soon as possible.

Bail Hearing

After a person is arrested, a court officer or a judge can set the required bail amount and other conditions for release from jail. Many factors get weighed when determining bail, including the risk of further criminal activity and being a risk to the public or a flight risk. Factors that may favor you to get bail can include ties to the community and lack of previous criminal history.

Our staff will evaluate your situation to determine if you qualify for bail bonds. If you do, we can pay a percentage of your bail for your release from jail.

How Much Is a Bail Bond?

Bail bond companies charge a fee for their services. The fee depends on the state you come from. Check if your state has any fee guidelines that bail bond companies must abide by.

The fees can vary depending on the reason for arrest and the risk that the bail bond company takes on. Due to the risk involved when bailing a person out of jail, bail bonding companies usually need collateral.

Collateral can be something of value owned by the individual hiring the bail bonding company. The collateral can offer an incentive to the accused to show up for court hearings. Collateral can be cash, property, or other items of value.

We set conditions that you must comply with in the agreement. The agreement also includes provisions that state that the accused must attend all court proceedings that the defendant must attend.

The person who signed the agreement will pay the bond amount and offer any extra collateral indicated in the contract if the defendant goes on the run.

Contact Woodard Bonding Company for Help With Bail Bonds

Woodard Bonding Company offers bail bonds to clients to help them avoid jail and speed up their release process. We serve the state, federal, municipal, and superior courts.

If you’re charged with a misdemeanor or felony case, our highly trained staff will help you as quickly as we can. Call today, and we’ll provide you with the help you need.