Bail Bonds and Bail Bondsmen
When a judge grants bail to your accused loved one, he or she has the option to pay in cash or with property worth the value stipulated. The bail serves as a promise that, in exchange for being out of prison, he or she would show up in court when summoned. The money will be returned when your loved one fulfills the promise; otherwise, he/she will forfeit the money to the court and another warrant will be issued for his/her arrest.
Judges stipulate high amounts for bail to make sure that people released from jail will fulfill their promise to show up during their trial to refund the money. After all, a low-priced bail would be easy to ignore for financially capable defendants. Should you or your loved one lack the financial capability to post bail, we offer bail bonds in Halifax, NC to raise the bail amount.
You may call our bail bondsmen any time of the day. They are licensed and can offer various negotiable payment plans that provide maximum flexibility for your convenience.
Flexible Payment Plans
When you get our bail bonds in North Carolina, expect payment plans that have:
- Down payments as low as 5% for bonds over $10,000
- Zero interest rates
- Affordable plans tailored to your budget
- No credit checks needed
Take note that cosigners must be of legal age, employed for at least 12 months, and own an open checking account.
Serving the Entire Halifax County
We provide bail bonds in Halifax County and surrounding areas. You do not have to worry about finding enough money or having the right property to set bail – let us do the work for you. Our bail bonds are more affordable and efficient compared to other forms of bail.
When getting bail bonds, keep in mind that there is a non-refundable premium of around 10 to 15% of the bail. Our bondsman pays the full amount to the court and requires a percentage and some collateral as assurance. However, these terms are all flexible and negotiable.
The justice system may not be perfect, but we help you avoid the mental and emotional turmoil of getting caught in its imperfect web.
Get in touch with us today.