After you have been arrested you typically want to figure out a way to get out of jail as quickly as possible. When you find out what your bail or bond amount is during your arraignment, you can immediately determine if you have the cash reserves in your bank account or if you will need to borrow the money to secure your freedom.
Rather than borrow the money from relatives or friends, you can take out a bond that will pay 10 percent of your bail to get you out from behind bars. These reasons can convince you to contact us today to speak with a licensed bail bondsman in Haltom City today.
Paying a Lesser Amount
The arraignment judge will order that a specific dollar amount be paid for your bail. However, when you do not have this amount on hand you can use a bond to get you out from behind bars and on your own way home.
The bondsman will pay 10 percent of your bail to the jail clerk. He or she will then need you to put up collateral to secure the rest of the amount of your bail. The collateral will be sold to pay off your bail debt if you do not show up to court.
If you appear in court, you only have to pay back your bond amount, which is less than the amount of your bail. You can contact us today to talk to a bail bondsman in Haltom City by contacting Ronnie D. Long Bail Bonds – Tarrant County – Fort Worth at (817) 834-9894 today.