Making Bail Fast
Being arrested can take a toll on a person’s nerves. Being given a bail amount is always a daunting number to hear. It’s almost always more than a person can afford and the prospect of finding out where to post that money and how to post it the right way can be disconcerting for the inexperienced. That’s why using a bail bonds agent for making bail fast in North Carolina is the best choice. Grimes’ Bail Bonding & Notary Services is the bail agency on your side! We minimize your paperwork and push to post bail as fast as the jail system will allow.
If this is the first time you have been arrested you may not know much about the bail process. Bail is the set amount of money given to the court on loan as a promise that, upon freeing someone who has been arrested, that the person arrested will attend all future court hearings. The bail amount acts as collateral to keep the person accused of a crime from ignoring court dates or running from the judicial system they must now defend themselves in. As long as the defendant attends all court dates and trial proceedings, the bail amount is returned at the conclusion of the trial.
Bail is determined either initially by a set of Schedules at jail, or later at arraignment by a judge. When a judge makes this determination, it is set into a Court Order and becomes the only way to be released from jail for that defendant. A judge decides on the bail amount by taking into account a variety of factors. These factors include:
- the severity of the alleged crime with which you are charged
- the possible evidence against the defendant
- any previous record of criminal activity – especially if it may be a repeat offense
- any previous bail record
- any previous court attendance record
- ties to the community (i.e. family, work, how long the defendant has lived locally)
- any risk the defendant may pose to the public or local community
- any history of substance abuse or mental illness
- consideration of the defendant’s financial status so as to not discriminate against those of lower incomes
Sometimes, a defendant may be released on OR (Own Recognizance). This is when the judge is all but entirely convinced the defendant will return for trial proceedings without further motivation, incentive, or risk of avoidance. In this case, the defendant merely signs a document promising to return for each court date without necessitating any law officials to retrieve them. OR is granted only for non-violent crimes where the defendant poses no flight risk and it is infrequent.
The Fastest Bail Bonds Agency in NC
When making bail fast in North Carolina, call Grimes’ Bail Bonding & Notary Services. We post the bulk of every bail in a bond to the court so you only have to address a very small fee to us, and we take care of the rest!
As soon as you contact us we can begin the bail process for you and your loved one. We can get your loved one released fast! Simply call us with some basic information about your defendant – like their birth name, birth date, date of arrest, jail or detention center where they’re being held, and their inmate number if available. If you don’t know where your loved one is being held, you can search for them here or call us with the information you do have and we’ll do our best to locate your loved one for you, quickly.
Grimes’ Bail Bonding bail agents are ready to help this very minute so your loved one doesn’t have to sit in jail a single minute longer then necessary.
Call now! (252) 671-2297