How Bail Bonds Work
Serious charges may cause your loved ones to remain in jail and wait for their date of trial. However, shortly after the arrest, a bail hearing will happen. This sets the amount of bail you need to pay, so your loved ones need not remain in jail to wait for their trial. In a sense, bail is like an assurance for the court that your loved one will attend all the required activities of the court, including their trial.
Flexible Payment Plan Options
Many years of providing service to Randolph County has helped us understand that putting together such high bail amount can be stressful. We make it easy for our clients to secure much-needed funds by offering our Asheboro bail bonds in various flexible payment options.
Amistad offers convenient payment plans with the following terms:
- As low as five percent down payment for bonds over $10,000
- Zero (0%) interest rates
- Affordable payment plans tailored to individual budgets
To further expedite the process of bringing your loved one home, we take tedious credit checks out of our processes.
Payment Plan Qualifications for Cosigners
You need a qualified cosigner to help you apply for a bail bond. Don’t worry; our requirements are simple. Your cosigner needs to be:
- At least 21 years of age
- Employed for at least 12 months
- Have an open checking account
Serving the Entire Randolph County
Our reliable bondsmen are prepared to help residents from all over Randolph County. Working with us means getting 24-hour support and utmost flexibility in working out a payment plan.
Our bail bonds in Asheboro, NC make affordable alternatives to other, conventional forms of bail. However, keep in mind that a bail bond includes a premium. It means the bondsman, not you, pays the court the full amount of bail but, in return for the service, you will need to provide him or her a non-refundable premium. The premium is usually between 10 and 15 percent of the total bail amount. Depending on the case, some collateral may also be required, but all of this is flexible and negotiable.
Discuss this in detail, as well as your other options, with one of our representatives. Call us today to learn more.