How The Bail Bond Process Works

The bail bond process may seem intimidating, but here we have designed a step by step guide for you to better understand what we do in Raleigh and surrounding areas. The bail bond process can be quite simple when you have Amistad Bail Bonds on your side. We work with you and your family members to make sure the debt is paid, and that it is paid quickly. We know this is a stressful time for anyone involved, so we want to make the bail bond process as simple as possible. Learn more here, and always call us if you ever need help with a bail bond in Raleigh!

Infographic on how the process of bail bonds work at Amistad Bail Bonds, in Raleigh.

3% Down on Large Bonds in Raleigh, NC

Are you or someone you know looking for a Bail Bondsman in Raleigh NC ? With many years of experience and a top notch team, There is not other bail bonds company that can offer what we can .

Large Bonds As Low As 3% Down!

Amistad Bail Bonds offers the lowest down payment plans in Raleigh North Carolina with rates as low as 3 percent down for large bonds over $10,000. All flexible payment plans are subject to approval with possible requirement of collateral. Other restrictions may apply.

2% Down Payment Plans

2% down payment plans are upon approval and for bonds $1,000 to $10,000 for Wake County only. This plan is NOT available for Off-Bonds, out of county charges, or Failure to Appears (FTAs). First payment must be paid within 7 days.

Finding a Bail Bonds Company that cares about its client like we do is rare. The fact is we do care and we will help you get through a very hard time for you and your family. Searching Bail Bonds Raleigh NC at anytime will get you right to us either on your phone or a computer.

Flashback in time –

The first modern bail bonds business in the US, the system by which a person pays a percentage of the court-specified bail amount to a professional bonds agent who puts up the cash as a guarantee that the person will appear in court, was established by Tom and Peter P. McDonough in San Francisco in 1898.[citation needed]