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Rates and Terms- Bail bonds can vary depending on the situation. North Carolina state law limits Bail bonds to 15% of the of the bail amount set buy a court official. We accept multiple payment methods and upon credit approval and a down payment. We can set up a payment plan that is comfortable to live with
What to do and how to do it: As soon as a bail amount is set buy a judge or magistrate for you your loved one, Call Us immediately. You will need the following information.
1)The defendants name and Date Of Birth.
2) City, State, and County where the jail is located
3) The amount of the bail and type of charges
4) We will make all the necessary arrangements and meet you at the location of your preference and begin the process of freeing them
Our team of experienced bail agents are dedicated to providing award-winning service to our clients. We take the time to research your situation completely and bring about the most effective opportunities ensuring you get the successful outcome you deserve. We're proud that so many of our clients have repeatedly turned to us for bonding needs. We are determined to work hard to earn our clients loyalty every day. We're here to help you succeed. We have a solid network of agents all across North Carolina and the United States. We offer lightning fast service out of Surry, Stokes, Yadkin & Forsyth Counties
Our Bail Agents
We offer the best agents in the business, hands down. We pride ourselves in maintaining a small-firm feel by treating each case with care and consideration. We’ve hand-picked a high-quality team of professionals qualified to successfully resolve any bonding matter. No issue is too big or too small. If you have a freedom issue, our experts can help you find a solution. We will work with you on a fair payment plan that you can live with. We understand what you are going through. We will treat you with respect and dignity
Mobile Phone 336-473-8145
How It Works
Bail works in two ways:
1) The full amount of the bond is posted by the defendant or on behalf of the defendant in what is called a cash bond. If they defendant attends all court dates, the depositor of the cash bond will receive back their money, less any court costs, court fees, fines, and other criminal penalties.
2)A surety bond is purchased through a bail bondsman. The purchaser pays a set fee to a bail bondsman who in turn presents the court with the bond. As long as the defendant does not miss any court dates, no further monies are paid to the bail bondsman.If a defendant skips bail and doesn’t appear at a court date, the bail will be surrendered. In the event that a defendant’s bail is paid through a bail bondsman, the bail bond agent has the authority to locate the defendant and surrender him or her to the court.