How Do Bail Bonds Work in Prince William County?
Depending on the case, a defendant may be allowed to post bail for temporary release. If they (or a loved one) settle the bail in cash or property with the same value, they can wait for the trial in the comfort of their own home. Bail serves as a guarantee for the court appearance of the defendant. The court will return the bail if they show up at their trial. Otherwise, the court will forfeit the amount posted and pass it to the state.
Those who don't have enough funds to post bail can tap bail bonds. As a bailbond company, we won't pay your loved one's bail in cash; instead, we leave a surety bond in jail as a guarantee for your loved one's court appearance. You can pay for this bond over a certain period. We even offer an affordable, flexible payment plan.
How Much Does It Cost to Get Bail Bonds?
At Amistad Bail Bonds, we don't want to pile on the financial pressure your family is experiencing. Our agents will consult with you to come up with a payment plan that suits your budget. Our payment option also comes with:
- Low down payment
- Zero interest rate
- Easy, quick approval; no credit checks needed
We will only require you or another co-signer to be of legal age, an employee (at least 12 months employed), and a holder of a checking account.
Where Does Amistad Bail Bonds Serve?
Our bail bond company serves the population of entire Prince William County and surrounding areas. Our agents understand how stressful your situation can be. After all, they have extensive experience helping individuals get out on bail from Prince William County Adult Detention Center. Our agents in Virginia are bilingual, too, speaking both English and Spanish to ensure clear communication with various clients.
When you hire us, expect our bail bond agents to treat you and your family with respect and dignity; keep you informed about your options, and work as quickly as possible to process the release of your loved one.
Following the release, our agents further explain the details of the bond and the legal responsibilities your loved one must fulfill. They also gladly answer any question you may have.
Don't let your loved one sit in jail any longer than they have to. We're here to help get them out. Give us a call today for a free consultation or request a prompt bail bond service.