Bail Bonds

gavel, block, books and scales - bail bonds are our specialtyWhen you or a loved one is arrested, they are taken to a local detention facility or jail by law enforcement officers. Once you have been booked and processed by the facility’s staff and a judge sets your bail, you will be given a chance to be released on bail bonds in Raleigh, NC.

Bail bonds operate on a simple premise: you are innocent until proven guilty. Your presumed innocence allows you to be released from the custody of local law enforcement agencies, as long as you return to court to stand trial.

Part of the agreement that you make with the court to grant your release while you await your trial is that you will pay to the court a fee, which you can redeem after the resolution of your case. This fee is known as bail. Learn more about bail bonds by calling our office at (919) 205-5322 and speaking with one of our highly experienced, licensed bail bonds agents.

What Are Bail Bonds?

Bail is a monetary amount as determined by the court that is paid by a defendant to be released from jail prior to his or her trial. Often, the amount set by the court is more money than the defendant has readily available. A bail bond allows the defendant or a loved one to pay a percentage of the total bail amount to a licensed bail bondsman who pays the difference to the court. Regardless of the outcome of the trial, the defendant or a loved one is entitled to the money they put down, minus certain court and bonding fees.

Frequently, defendants will need a co-signer or indemnitor. Co-signers need to be responsible adults who are older than 21 years old who will help guarantee that the defendant returns to trial.

Misdemeanor & Felony Bail

Our licensed bondsmen can write help you make bail for any crime. There are two major classifications of crimes: felonies and misdemeanors. Felonies are considered more severe offenses that carry heftier fines and punishments. The most significant difference between misdemeanors and felonies is that felonies carry prison sentences of greater than one year in a state or federal penitentiary, where misdemeanor crimes are punishable by no more than one year in a local or county jail.

With over 40 years of experience, there are no bail bonds in Raleigh, NC too big or too small for our staff. Integrity is the foundation of our business, and our customers are our top priority.

Call us today at (919) 205-5322 to ensure the fastest release possible. We’re located just one block away from the Wake County Detention Facility, which allows us to act quickly to post bond and get you home.