Bail Bonds in Athens, GA

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Double O Bonding

1938 Lexington Rd
Athens, GA 30605

706-353-6467

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Bond James Bond, Inc.

3020 Lexington Rd
Athens, GA 30605

706-613-0007

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Athens Bonding Company

337 S Milledge Ave Suite 102
Athens, GA 30605

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Watkinsville Bonding Co

1140 Experiment Station Rd
Watkinsville, GA 30677

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Bail Bonds

One of the most frightening places you can find yourself in is inside a jail cell after you have been arrested and charged with an alleged crime. It is at this bail hearing that the judge sets the bail amount. Unless the offender can produce the required amount, or unless he or she can get assistance through a bail bondsman, he or she is not allowed to get out of jail until the court hearing. But if you don’t have any available funds, you would be forced to stay behind bars while waiting for your court hearing—a scary prospect to contemplate.

Head on over to our website and get in touch with bail bond agents in Athens who you can trust to bail your loved one out.

What Exactly is a Bail Bond?

When you or your loved one lands in jail, the first order of business is getting out of jail.

There are two types of bail bond, namely a criminal bail bond and a civil bail bond.

With the surety, the bail bond company in Athens is answerable to the court if the defendant flees. This surety guarantees that the defendant will be at the trial and that he or she will shoulder the fines and penalties, as determined by the court. However, the judge needs a guarantee that you will appear in court to face your accuser; hence, the need to post bail. If you are found guilty, the bail amount will be used to pay for the fines and penalties that the judge may impose on you.

Civil bail bonds are intended for civil cases.

Why do I Need a Bail Bond?

You will want the services of a bail bondsman if you want to be released as quickly as possible without having to lose your entire savings. If you don’t have enough money to bail yourself out and gain temporary liberty, your best recourse is a trusted bail bond company that will post the bail on your behalf. Of course you still need to attend your court hearing. You can’t get this back even if you are acquitted of the charge. The next thing you know, you are back in the care of your family.

You still have to attend your court hearing though. A bail bondsman can help you with this so you will look your best in the presence of a judge.

It's more convenient to hire their services rather than deal with the court on your own.

How do I Go About With the Bail Bond?

Remember this: In case you get arrested and booked for an alleged crime, immediately demand for a lawyer to represent you and protect your rights. Also, call a trusted person to link you up with a bail agent to start the bail bonds process. Given the strict adherence to professionalism, a bail bondsman will gladly walk you through the bail process and iron out any reservations that you might have. With the help of the bondsman, you can heave a sigh of relief, walk out of jail, and enjoy the company of your loved ones once again. Within hours, following the action taken by your bondsman, you can walk out of jail, a free man once again.

Once the bail agent answered all of your questions to your satisfaction, the bail agent will handle all of the formalities necessary to get you or your loved one released from jail.

The bond will continue to be in force until the court hands down its ruling, or if the defendant is arrested for another offense or dies. After handling all the formalities, the bondsman will go over to the jail to get the defendant released.

What Information Should I Have When Contacting a Bail Bondsman?

Before you get in touch with a bonding company, make sure to provide the following information accurately:

  • The full name of the defendant
  • The prison that holds that defendant
  • The booking number
  • The charges
  • Any other relevant information you can think of

Will the Bonds Agent Require Collateral for their Service?

There is no need to worry if you do not have tons of cash for the services of a bail bondsman because there is another way you can “buy” your loved one’s freedom without necessarily paying in cash. If you don't have enough cash, you can also put up some of your assets as collateral. Here are among the things you can use as collateral if you do not have a ready cash:

  • Real estate
  • Cars
  • Credit cards
  • Stocks
  • Bonds
  • Jewelry
  • Personal credit
  • Bank accounts

You can comb through our website and find the bail bondsman who will be perfect for your needs. In this difficult moment of your life, the bail agent will help ease your concerns and simplify the bail bonds process for you. He or she will welcome the opportunity to get you or your loved one out of jail.

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Athens Jails

Clarke County Jail
3015 Lexington Rd
Athens, GA 30605
706-613-3270

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Athens Courts

Clarke County Magistrate Court
325 E Washington St #240
Athens, GA 30601
706-613-3310

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