Getting a phone call from your family member at the local jail is an overwhelming experience. You want to do whatever you can to get your loved one out, but you don’t know what steps to take. Bail is usually set very high, and you might not have the means to afford it. But you can’t leave your loved one locked up in the cell. Well, you don’t have to face this alone. Hire a bondsman to bail your family member out. A-EZ Out Bail Bonds is only a call away. Our bondsmen service the entire Dallas-Fort Worth area and have been bailing people out for many years.
Bail amounts are usually set very high, making it difficult for people to pay it off upfront. To add to the difficulty, it needs to be paid in cash. Most people don’t have large amounts of cash lying around, but that doesn’t mean you are out of luck. You only need to pay a small percentage of the bail amount to secure a bail bond. From there, your bondsman will cover the rest.
A Bondman Has More Experience in the Justice System
Bondsmen know the ins and outs of the justice system, which will grant your loved one a speedy release. They know who to talk to and who to avoid in the bail process, which makes it go a lot quicker. A bondsman won’t just write you a check and send you out on your way. Instead, a bondsman will guide you and your loved one through the entire bail process. They will answer any questions you have and process all the paperwork for you.
Keep Financial Matters Private
When you try to pay for bail yourself, you will need to prove where you earn your money from. This can become a bigger issue if you are involved or suspected to be involved with the offense. Regardless of whether you have anything to do with the offense, the court will most likely ask you for proof of where you earn your money. If you don’t want to lose the privacy of your financial matters, get a bondsman on your team. Your financial matters are your business, and there’s no need to disclose this information when you hire a bondsman.
Don’t Risk Large Sums of Money
If you do have enough money to pay for the bail amount upfront, it doesn’t mean that you should risk it all. If your loved one attends all court hearings and follows all the rules, you will receive the money back (except for potential fees if they are found guilty). However, you will also need money to pay for their lawyer. Therefore, allow a bondsman to pay for the majority of the bail amount. Then, you can save the extra money to pay for your loved one’s defense. Additionally, if your family member doesn’t attend the court hearings, breaks the bail rules, or flees, then you can lose all of the money you put down for the bail amount.
Team Up with A-EZ Out Bail Bonds
If your loved one is in jail, get in touch with A-EZ Out Bail Bonds today. Our expert bondsmen will get your family member home safely and in a timely manner.