Who Can Post a Bail Bond?

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Posting a Bail Bond Can Be Easy

If you have been arrested for committing a crime, you are considered by our justice system to be innocent until proven guilty. Give us a call at 434-237-2245 if you would like help with posting bail in Advanced Bail Bond, [nw_data field=state]. Among other forms of bail, we provide assistance with DUIs and theft bail.

Bail Basics

When bail is set, the accused has to provide the bail to the court (either in money or interest in real property) in exchange for being released in the interim before their court date. The court will keep the bail during this time and throughout the defendant’s case. In the case that the defendant shows up for all of the court dates and abides by the set conditions of release, the bail will be refunded by the court as soon as the case is over. However, if the defendant does not do everything that they are supposed to, the bail is automatically revoked and forfeited.

Your Options When Posting Bail

After an arrest and a bail bond has been set, the defendant can call their friend, relative, or lawyer who can then give us a call at 434-237-2245 to set up their bail bond relief.

Do You Need A Bail Bondsman?

If you or someone you know has been arrested, contact us at Advanced Bail Bond. We are discreet professionals who will do everything we can to get you or your loved one out of jail as quickly as possible. Give us a call at 434-237-2245 if you would like help with posting bail in Advanced Bail Bond, [nw_data field=state].