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What Benefits Are There To Using a Bail-Bond Agent?

Apr 13

Are you looking for a reliable local bail bond service in North Carolina? Look no further than All American Bail Bond North Carolina! We provide quick, efficient service to clients in need of bail bonds. Our team is composed of highly skilled professionals who are committed to providing the highest quality service to our customers.

We know that being in the jail is stressful. This is why we try to make bail bonding easy and hassle-free as possible for you. For more information or to begin the process, contact us today!

Who Is A Bailbonds Man?

Bail bonds are bail, which is put up by a bail bondman on behalf of an accused person to release them from jail. The bail bond agent posts the total amount of bail with the court, and then the defendant must pay the bail bondsman a non-refundable fee (usually around 10%).

If you are in need of bail bail bond, call All American Bail Bond North Carolina today! We'll take you, or loved ones out of the jail so you can go back to your regular routine.

What Are The Benefits of Using a Bail Bond Agency?

There are many benefits for using a bail bonds agent, for example:

  • A small amount of bail amount is required (usually approximately 10%).
  • You do not have to raise the full bail amount
  • Bail bond agents can help you with navigating the complex legal system
  • A bail bond agent can assist you in establishing a the best payment plan to fit your financial situation

All American Bail Bond North Carolina will assist you in the event that you are facing criminal charges. We'll assist you with each step and ensure you get the most favorable outcome.

When Can You Need The Services Of A Bail Bondsman?

In order to be released from jail following your arrest you'll need to speak with an agent for bail. The court will decide on the amount of bail according to the nature and severity of the offense. A bail bond agent is able to post bail for you if you're unable to pay for the entire bail amount.

How Does Bail Work?

The bail amount is the sum set by the court when you are detained. It is the sum you have to pay to be released from the jail. If you're unable to pay the full amount, you can speak with a bail bond agency. A bail bond agent will arrange bail on your behalf and charge a fee of approximately 10% of the total bail amount. The agent will make bail on behalf of you, and charge only a small portion of the bail amount (usually around 10 percent) as a fee.

What happens if I skip Bail?

The bail bond agent could require you to pay the entire bail sum to the court if you do not post bail. The bail bond agent can also engage a bounty hunter to track you down and bring you back to the jail. This is the reason it is essential to select a bail bond agent that you trust. Before signing any bail agreement make sure that you understand the terms of the agreement.

Do You Have the Right to Get Bail Money Refunded?

Generally, no. The court will release bail to ensure you be present on your court date. The bail money is typically forfeited when you don't appear in court. There are certain cases where bail funds can be returned. For instance in the event that you aren't accused of a crime or charges are dropped.


We would like to conclude by saying that we understand how stressful it is dealing with the legal process. That is why we're here to guide you through every step of the bail bond procedure. We are open 24 hours a day, seven days seven days a week. We have agents all across North Carolina.

GMB Address
500 N Greensboro St, Liberty, NC 27298, United States
+1 336-795-0289