Bail Bonds in Rutherford County, NC

United Bonding Company

Rutherfordton, NC 28139

(828) 980-1925
(833) 828-BAIL
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Bail bonds

If you are arrested for a serious crime, you need to remain in jail while awaiting the bail hearing. At the bail hearing, the court will set the amount of bail that will get you released from prison. If you or your family has the money available, then everything is fine. However, if you don't have any available funds, you are forced to stay in prison while awaiting your court hearing -- a scary thing to contemplate. Thankfully, there is a way out of your predicament: You or your family can seek assistance from a bondsman who can post your bail to the court, get you released from jail.

But how do you connect with a bonding company ? That's where our website can assist you: We can help you find a reputable and dependable bail bond agent in Rutherford County who can post the necessary bail to make it possible for you to get out of prison.

Use a bail bond to gain temporary freedom after getting arrested

The legal system permits a bail bondsman to put up a bail bond, also known as surety bond, to help those apprehended and accused of a crime gain temporary freedom while waiting for their court appearance.

The judicial system allows two kinds of bail bond-- a criminal bail bond and a civil bail bond.

To make it clear, a judge does not impose a criminal bail bond to penalize you for your supposed criminal offense. You are still presumed innocent until proven guilty. That being said, the judge needs a guarantee that you will show up at trial to face your accuser; hence, the need to post bail. If you participate in all your arranged criminal proceedings as promised, and you are eventually acquitted, the bail will be returned to you. In the case that you are condemned, the bail will be used to cover the fines and penalties that the court might enforce on you. When you skip the court appearances, the bail will be forfeited and you will be subject to getting arrested.

However, the civil bail bonds enforced on civil cases serve as an assurance or a surety with the court where the financial obligations, interests, and costs imposed on the defendant can be drawn from.

A bondsman is your way to freedom

A bondsman is your fastest link to getting out of prison after your arrest. If you do not possess sufficient money to bail yourself out and gain temporary liberty, your best option is a reliable bonding company that will pay the bail for you. Most bail bondsmen request a premium of 10% of the total bail amount. That is no more than fair, looking at the risk the company is taking in providing the bail bond. If you don't appear at trial, the judge will forfeit the bail posted by the bonding company. In any case, you do not need to worry yourself with the financial calculations at this time. Your most pressing concern is to get yourself out of prison, and a trustworthy bail bondsman can make that happen.

Additionally, you need not bother yourself with the tricky judicial process in putting up bail since the bail bondsman will deal with that to facilitate your release from prison. All that needs to be done is for you or your representative to get in touch with a reputable bail agent. That agent will propose you a deal, proposing to put up your bail to get you released from prison in return for a reasonable fee. With your consent, the bail bondsman will then put up the bail in your place, releasing you from prison.

You still will have to show up at your trial though. However, you will be coming to court in you own clothes and not in a prison jumpsuit. That could improve your confidence as you defend yourself from your accuser. Additionally, the judge hearing your case will probably have a more positive impression of you, rather than if you were to turn up in court dressed in jail attire, seeming like you're already guilty of the crime you're indicted for even before the judge can make a ruling. You can thank your bail bondsman for arranging this.

How does the bail bonds process work

Don't forget: In case you get arrested and booked for a supposed crime, instantly ask for an attorney to speak for you and protect your legal rights. In addition, get in touch with a reliable family member to get in touch with a bonding company to start the bail bonds procedure. When this is done, the bondsman will require answers to general questions such as the defendant's name, date of birth, and the area or city of the arrest. The bail bondsman will then offer to pay the bail money for you in return for an affordable service fee. Right after the deal is made, the bail bondsman will continue with the necessary actions to secure your release from prison. Within hours, following the action taken by your bondsman, you can walk out of jail, a free man once more.

What info does a bondsman need?

When you contact a bonding company, they will ask for:

  • The full name and age of the defendant
  • The prison where the offender is locked up
  • The booking reference number and the charge

What is accepted as collateral?

Almost always, the bondsman will ask for collateral with the transaction. This is reasonable taking into consideration the risks involved. A prisoner is a possible flight risk, and are numerous examples where a bail bondsman needed to employ the services of a bounty hunter to bring back the fleeing suspect.

But what is accepted as collateral? In a nut-shell, when a bail bondsman considers something valuable, you can use it as collateral for the bail bond. Below are a few examples:

  • Realty
  • Cars
  • Equities
  • Jewelry
  • Electronics
  • Bank accounts
  • Visa or mastercard

If you find that the bond is too high, bail bonds companies usually have payment plans that you can use. Just speak with the bondsman to figure out what option is the best one in your situation.

Use our site to search for a bail bondsman that will be perfect for you. Almost all of them are open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, ready to help you or your loved one to spend the as little time as possible in prison.

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