How Do Bail and Bail Bonds in Alexandria Work?
Depending on their case, your loved one may be granted bail. A judge sets the bail amount based on their charges, character, and criminal history. You can post this bail on their behalf by paying in cash or with property worth the total value of the set bail amount. The court will return this amount once your loved one shows up in court for their trial because bail only serves as a guarantee for their court appearance. But if they miss the trial or get arrested while out on bail, the court will consider the bail forfeited.
In most cases, the set amount for bail is too high. The court doesn't typically grant a low-priced bail because it would be easy to ignore, especially for those who are financially capable. This will definitely be an issue if you want to take your loved one home but don't have extra funds to settle the bail.
This is where we come in. If you live in Alexandria County, we will help you post your loved one's bail and assist you with the process. We also make the repayment easy and affordable; our company no longer wants to pile on the financial pressure your family faces at this time.
How Much Does it Cost to Get Bail Bonds?
Amistad Bail Bonds offers affordable and flexible payment plans, along with these other advantages:
- Zero interest rate
- Low down payment
- Easy approval; no credit checks required
- Minimum requirements (We only require you or any other co-signer to be of legal age, employed for at least a year, and own a checking account.)
Our agents consult with you regarding your payment plan. We do our best to tailor your plan to your monthly budget, so it'll be easier for you or your loved one to settle the amount over a specified period.
Where Does Amistad Bail Bonds Serve?
We serve Alexandria County and surrounding areas. Our agents are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to assist your loved one detained in Alexandria Detention Center. They will respond promptly to your call and provide quick answers to any question you may have. They are also bilingual, speaking both English and Spanish. Above all, they handle the bail process with modesty, respect, and care.
Get in touch with us today for a free consultation or bail bond assistance.