All American Bondsmen, Wake County, North Carolina
All American Bondsmen can help you if you need a bondman in Wake County North Carolina. Our clients receive fast and efficient services and we are always available when they need us.
We have many years of industry experience and are committed to providing the best service for our clients. For more information, contact us today!
What's a Bail bond?
A bail bond, also known as a surety bond, is an agreement to post a bail bond on behalf a defendant to release them from custody. The bail bond is typically posted by a professional bondman and serves as a financial guarantee for the court that defendant will appear on their scheduled court date.
If the defendant fails or is not available, the bondsman will pay the entire amount of the bond to court. All American Bondsmen is a trusted and well-respected bail bond company.
Why Choose American Bondsmen?
All American Bondsmen should be your choice for bail bonds in Wake County. Locally owned and operated, we have years of experience.
We are open 24 hours a days, seven days per week. Our bilingual staff can assist you in English and Spanish. We offer financing options that will allow you to get the bond you want.
What Happens If You Skip Bail?
If you decide to skip bail, the court may issue a warrant for you arrest. You could be charged with additional offenses. The court can also cancel your bond and demand that you pay the entire bond amount.
All American Bondsmen is here for you to get through this difficult period. We will work with your to get the bond you want and we will support you every step of it. Get in touch with us today to find out more about our services, or to begin your bond.
Are You able to get out of Jail without a Bail Bondsman
If you are charged with a crime and arrested, you can post bail to be released from jail and return to court. If you cannot pay full bail, you might be able to post bail and get out of jail.
A bail bond, a type or surety bond, is one that is issued on your behalf. The bond guarantees you will appear in court when requested. Failure to appear in court will result in the bail bondsman being responsible for the full bail amount.
Are There Any Downsides To Bail Bondsman Use?
You will need to pay a non-refundable fee to use a bail bond. It is typically between ten percent and fifteen per cent of the total bail amount. Additionally, failure to appear in court may result in additional charges and arrest.
For a free consultation, call our office today if your case involves criminal charges in Wake County. Our team of skilled criminal defense attorneys are here to fight for your rights.
If you are facing criminal charges, a bail bond may be an option. A bail bond has its downsides. You could face additional charges for failing to appear in court.
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