Felony Bail

man under arrest, felony bailThere are two primary categories of all crimes: felonies and misdemeanors. The most significant differences between the two classifications is the way in which the crimes are punished. Felony offenses are considered to be more egregious offenses than misdemeanors and carry harsher penalties. It is important to remember that every case is unique and that you should seek licensed legal counsel to provide you legal advice regarding the specifics of your case. We provide felony bail bonds in Raleigh, NC, and Durham, NC when you need them.

The bail agents at Collins Bail Bonding are available 24/7 to help you make bail, get out of jail and back to your family, day or night. We specialize in large bonds, so you can be sure that we can cover all of your bail bonds needs. Additionally, we are located just one block from the Wake County Detention Center, so we can be at your service immediately to work towards the quickest release possible. We have been in business for over 20 years, and our experience has helped us forge valuable professional relationships with police, judges, and prosecutors that help us make sure you don’t spend any more time in jail than necessary.

Call us at (919) 205-5322 and we’ll post bond fast.

Felony Classifications in North Carolina

North Carolina maintains a sentencing grid used to assign penalties for corresponding felony offenses and criminal history. The sentencing grid combines a series of factors including the class of the felony, defendant’s criminal history, and the dispositional range of the case. Because of the variety of factors that can influence a judge’s decision, there is no sure way to know how much your bail will be until it is set by the court.

Because felony offenses are more severe, there is the chance that the court may deny your bail. Judges are tasked with assigning what they believe is a sufficient monetary amount to motivate you to return to court to stand trial. Courts use several factors to determine the amount of your bail, the most important being the likelihood the defendant will be present at all required court proceedings. Judges are also asked to consider the safety of the general public and can deny bail if the defendant stands accused of particularly heinous crimes or is determined to be a danger to himself or others.

If you or a loved one has been arrested on a felony charge, call Collins Bail Bonding at (919) 205-5322 to make felony bail in Raleigh, NC. We even offer flexible financing options.