Bail bonds in Scottsdale, AZ


4419 N Scottsdale Rd # 218
Scottsdale, AZ 85251

Carmine's New York Bail Bonds

5312 E Winchcomb Dr
Scottsdale, AZ 85254

Constructors Bonding Inc

15160 North Hayden Road #101
Scottsdale, AZ 85260


3110 N Scottsdale Rd
Scottsdale, AZ 85251

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Bail bonds

If a suspect is arrested, he or she will need to spend time behind bars while waiting for a bail hearing. This is a process in which the judge is going to set the amount that functions as a guarantee to the court for the temporary liberty of the offender. But not everyone is able to put up the requested amount of money, and when that is the case he or she will have to stay in prison during the course of the trial. Fortunately, {it is possible to enlist the services of|you can make use of a bondsman to provide the amount.

On our website you can find reliable bonding companies in Scottsdale who can make sure that you or your loved ones can be out of prison, at the very least up till the sentencing.

Why does a judge impose bail ?

The law allows the services of a bondsman to post a bail bond, also called surety bond, to help an accused gain temporary liberty while waiting for their trial.

The law allows two sorts of bail -- a criminal bail bond and a civil bail bond.

To make it clear, a court does not impose a criminal bail bond to punish you for your alleged criminal offense. You are still innocent until proven guilty. That being said, the judge needs to have an assurance that you will appear at trial to face your accuser; hence, the need to post bail. If you participate in all of your scheduled criminal procedures as promised, and you are eventually acquitted, the bail amount will be returned to you. In case you are condemned, the bail money will be used to cover the penalties and fines that the court might impose on you. If you miss the court appearances, your bail will be lost and you will be subject to getting arrested.

The same reasoning holds with civil bail bonds. The bail enforced on civil cases serves as an assurance or a surety that the accused will be capable to pay the fines and penalties that the court may enforce on the offender after the trial.

Why should I care about a bail bond?

Unless you want to stay in prison, you will have to get out on bail. Unfortunately, very few individuals can come up with the money, which is why a bail bondsman is of utmost importance to anyone who wants to wait for their trial out of jail.

The exact amount of bail {will vary|depends on a lot of different aspects. For example, two individuals who committed the same criminal offense can have very different bail amounts. This can happen because the court will look into your financial situation, prior arrests, your roots in the community, and whether or not you are a flight risk.

In most states, the cost of a bail bond is usually 10-20% of the overall bail, and you will not get this back.

Furthermore, the bondsman can help you with the complex judicial proceedings. It's more convenient to employ a bail bondsman then to deal with the court by yourself.

How does the bail bond process work?

Finding a good bail bondsman is important. Unfortunately, there are shady businesses out there who prey on unsuspecting people that are already desperate for help.

Make sure you are ready when you contact a bondsman. Ask all questions you might have, and only once all your questions are answered should you take the subsequent steps of employing their services. They can then continue with posting the bail and filing the required paperwork to get you or your loved one released.

What information does a bonding company need?

When you speak to a bonding company, they will need to know:

  • The full name and age of the offender
  • The prison where the accused is held
  • The booking reference number and the charge

Collateral that a bondsman can accept

You are looking for the help of a bondsman precisely because you have no quick source of money to use for paying your bail. But obviously bail bond companies will not shell out money on your behalf without needing a guarantee that they will be repaid. They will require collateral in the form of your possessions like:

  • Realty
  • Vehicles
  • Bank accounts
  • High-priced jewelry
  • Bonds
  • Shares
  • Credit cards
  • Personal credit

Don't get alarmed by the amount of money you will have to repay. Your bondsman can give you convenient payment terms. The bond company's reasonable rate is nothing compared to the comfort that the bail bondsman in Scottsdale has brought you by securing your release in the quickest manner possible by making easier the bail procedure. Be assured that somebody out there can help you in times of need. You or your relative can take your pick from the bonding companies listed on our website. The majority of them are open for business 24 hours a day.

Bail bonds in the Scottsdale area