Date Licensed: 08-23-2018
Born and raised in North Carolina, Richard Ward is a dedicated bail bondsman who maintains a compassionate and steadfast approach to helping clients and their families and friends. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice and is an alumnus of East Carolina University. Richard and his wife Brittany (also a licensed North Carolina bail bondsman) are currently business partners in providing quality bail bond services in Monroe – Union County and the nearby cities of Concord, Charlotte, and Gastonia.
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Offering 24/7 Bail Bond Services in Monroe – Union County
Monroe is a suburb of Charlotte in Union County and is known for its mostly-rural landscape and offerings. As the seat of Union County, it is instrumental to the county's status as the fastest-growing in the NC-SC Metropolitan Statistical Area. Monroe now sees the pros and cons of a progressing rural suburb: a growing population, an expanding economy, and ever-present criminal offenses, misdemeanors, and felonies.
Richard Ward, an Amistad Bail Bonds agent, is ready to provide dependable bail bonds services in all of Monroe – Union County. He is also on-call for clients in the Concord – Cabarrus County, Charlotte – Mecklenburg County, and Gastonia – Gaston County.
The Bail Bond Process
Apprehended individuals accused of a misdemeanor or felony may be qualified to post bail in exchange for freedom. People taken into custody are typically detained in jail 24 or more hours, pending a judge's decision on a trial date. If their alleged crime is bailable, they can stay out of jail as long as they pay the full bail amount. If, however, they cannot afford to post bail, they can seek the services of a bail bondsman.
As a bail bonds provider, Amistad Bail Bonds settles the bail on behalf of the client, who only has to pay 15% of the said amount. Bear in mind that the accused must still attend his or her trial and appear before the court on the appointed date.
Your Payment Options
We want to help as many people as possible, so we offer all clients affordable payment options:
- 5% downpayment (for bonds over $10,000 and other conditions)
- Flexible and easy payment options
- Financing at 0% interest rate
Nobody has to stay in jail a minute longer than necessary. Assert the right of innocence until proven guilty. Contact Amistad Bail Bonds.
2661 W Roosevelt Blvd Suite D Unit 110, Monroe, NC 28110, USA
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