One of the clients we are assisting today will be utilizing a service we offer called a "Walk-Thru" Bond. Frequently, people find out or suspect they have an active arrest warrant out for them. This is usually for missing a court date or for failing to pay a traffic ticket on time; but can also be for far more serious offenses. When a prospective client contacts us regarding an active warrant, we verify with the Courts and/or the Police Departments the status, warrant bond amount and any other information pertinent to posting the bond.
If the warrant allows, we then arrange with the Defendant to perform a "Walk-Thru" Bond. A "Walk-Thru" Bond is typically just as its name implies; the Defendant is "Walked Thru" the Bonding process and bonded without being arrested or detained and without the usual 12-18 hour round trip of going through the jail. The process is simple: we walk in to the Courthouse or Police Department with the Defendant, the clerk pulls up their warrant information, we execute the Bond, the clerk cancels the warrant and issues the Defendant a new Court date and the Defendant walks out of the facility with us. Pretty simple!
Given that people's schedules are more hectic now than ever and that being arrested is not always in the best interest of remaining employed, "Walk-Thru" Bail Bonds offer an attractive solution to getting back on the right track of handling a case.
For more information regarding this or any of our other services, just give us a call.
Bond Squad Bail Bonds
Saturday, February 26, 2011
Selecting a bail agent (bail bondsman) is a very important decision. There are many factors to consider and many bail bondsmen out there, so finding the right bail bondsman to handle your situation is critical. Here are some quick tips to help you anticipate what to expect when posting bail, and to help you find the right bail bondsman to help you, your friend or loved one get out of jail as quickly as possible. Understanding the basic bail bonding principles and your responsibilities with posting a bail bond will help you make an informed decision when time is critical. In addition, please feel free to call us with any questions you may have.
A few general guidelines:
- Deal ONLY with a licensed bail bondsman.
- Ask to see the bail agent's license and identification prior to any bail transaction.
- The bail bondsman should charge you NO more than 15% of the bond amount, plus any jail fees. The bail bondsman should provide you with a receipt for all charges.
- The bail bondsman should provide you with copies of all signed contracts and agreements.
- You are not only paying for the bail bond, you are also paying for service.
- The bail agent should answer your questions and assist you in a courteous, professional manner.
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