Raleigh, NC Bail Bonds

jail cell, bail bondsWhen someone you care about needs your help with bail bonds in Raleigh, NC, call the bail bond experts at (919) 205-5322. With over 20 years of experience in bail bonds, you can trust the experts at Collins Bail Bonding. We understand how upsetting it can be and are available 24/7 to assist you. Our phones are always answered by licensed bail agents, so you can rest assured that you will be provided with accurate information from a professional, no matter what time you call us.

At Collins Bail Bonding, we pride ourselves on being there for you and guiding you through the bond process. We work hard to provide the fastest release times possible for any jail, type of bond, regardless of the time of day! Our company is experienced and knowledgeable about both state and federal court procedures; our skilled bond agents are here to work for you.

During a time when convenience matters most, we are the Raleigh bail bonds company that understands. We are located less than a mile from the jail. Bail agents are available 24/7, 365 days a year. No matter what day or time, we are always here for you! Bonds are available via fax or phone. We want to make bail bonds as easy for you as possible!

We know that privacy is important during this time and pride ourselves on providing discreet service as well as ensuring that your personal information is kept completely confidential. We also understand that not everyone has perfect credit or owns a property. But don’t worry: It’s our mission to find a bail bond option that works for your unique circumstances.

If you are in need of a bail bond for someone you care about, call the local bail bond professionals at Collins Bail Bonding in Raleigh and Durham, North Carolina at (919) 205-5322. We’re here for you!

We are located at 3309 1/2 Garner Rd, Raleigh, NC 27603, which means that we are about one block from the Wake County Detention Facility. Our convenient location means that we can bail you out faster than anyone else.

Wake County Bail Bonds

wake county jail, bail bondsServing All of Wake County

Collins Bail Bonding is the Wake County bail bondsman providing honest, compassionate and prompt bail services when you need them most. We are available to post bond 24/7, and our convenient location about a block away from the Wake County Detention Facility is ideal for posting your bail bonds immediately after we get your call. We serve both Raleigh and Durham, as well as all of Wake County.

There is no bail amount too large for our bail agents. Several of the bonds we frequently post include:

We can help you make bail for felonies and misdemeanors. If you don’t see the type of bail you need – don’t worry. This is not a complete list of every bond we provide. Call our office at (919) 205-5322 to discuss your options for bail bonds in Raleigh, NC now.

Any Bail, Any Time

arrest being made Misdemeanor Bail

While misdemeanor crimes are not as serious as felonies, they can still land you or a loved one behind bars. Once your bail is set, call Collins Bail Bonding, and we will immediately begin to work towards a release.

We know that you don’t want to spend any more time in jail than you have to, which is why we always provide prompt services. The sooner you call us, the sooner we can post your bond and get you home: (919) 205-5322.

Felony Bail

Felony crimes are viewed more harshly in the eyes of the law than are misdemeanor crimes. This means that the bail amount for a felony is usually set higher by the court than in misdemeanor cases. Although collateral is not always necessary, you should be prepared to consider the possibility that you will need collateral to cover your felony bail bonds. We are large bond specialists, so you can be sure that there aren’t any bail bonds that we can’t execute.

It is important to note that because felony crimes are treated more severely, the court may deny your petition for bail. Judges are asked to evaluate whether or not they believe the defendant will return to stand trial, as well as whether or not they believe that the defendant is a danger to himself or others before deciding to release the defendant on bail.

Federal Bail

Federal bail bonds are more complicated than regular state level bail bonds, which means that you will need an experienced bail bondsman to navigate the nuances of the federal bail system. There is no more experienced bail agent than Collins Bail Bonding. With over 20 years of experience writing bail, you can be sure that we will complete your entire bail process properly and efficiently.

Check out our page on federal bail to learn more.


How Do Bail Bonds Work?

gavel, block and law books What is Bail?

Bail is an opportunity for someone who has been arrested to be released from the custody of local law enforcement officials while they await their trial. Simply, bail is a monetary payment made to the court that serves as an incentive for the defendant to return to the court for trial. If the defendant does not show up for the scheduled court proceedings, the full amount of bail will be forfeited to the court. If the defendant meets all of his or her obligations, the payment will be returned, minus bondsman and court fees.

The Bail Process Explained

Bail bonds typically follow one structure: The client (the person who is posting bail) pays a fee of up to 15% of the defendant’s bail. We accept cash, checks and credit cards for this payment. We will even work with you to make special financing arrangements. Sometimes, these special financing arrangements will require you to submit collateral, though this is not always the case. Learn more about bail bonds in Raleigh, NC by calling Collins Bail Bonding now. We are more than happy to answer your questions.

You can even visit our bail bonds FAQs page here.