Free Yourself Bail Bonds, Inc.

Free Yourself Bail Bonds

No one's perfect. Everyone falls down at some point. Free Yourself Bail Bonds is here to help you get back up.

We're prompt, professional, and discreet. Our mission is to make sure you get back your loved ones so they can get back to their families, jobs, and life. If you, a friend, or family member find yourselve’s in a bust, call Free Yourself Bail Bondings to be set free.

Below are answers to some common questions that you may have about bail bonding. If you need a bail bond call (704) 421-1699 for professional bail bonding services 24/hrs day, 7 days a week.

My family member or friend was arrested. What happens now?

When someone is arrested, he or she is first taken to a police station to be booked. When a suspect is booked, or processed, a police officr records information about the suspect (name, address, birthday, appearance) and the alleged crime. The police officer conducts a criminal background check, takes the suspect’s fingerprints and mugshot and seizes and inventories any personal property, which will be returned when the suspect is released. The suspect is also checked to see if he or she is intoxicated and usually is allowed to make a phone call. Finally, an officer puts the suspect in a jail cell, usually with other recently booked suspects.

What is a bail bond?

A bail bond, also known as a surety bond, can be used for any amount of bail, but it is especially useful when the accused can’t afford to pay his or her bail. This type of bail often involves a friend or relative of the accused contacting a bail agent, also known as a bail bondsman. A bail agent is backed by a special type of insurance company called a surety company and pledges to pay the full value of the bond if the accused doesn’t appear in court. In return, the bail agent charges his client a 15 percent premium.

Do I need a bail bond for my loved one?

In many cases, trials can begin weeks or months after an initial arrest, and if not for bail, many people, some of whom might be innocent, would have to wait in jail until their trials began. At the minimum, this can present a financial hardship, as the person would be unable to work. And, the person would also be missing his or her life - -family events, holidays, etc.

How long does it take to post bail?

For less serious crimes, a suspect may be allowed to post bail immediately after being booked. Otherwise, the suspect will have to wait (usually less than 48 hours) for a bail hearing where a judge will determine if the accused is eligible for bail and at what cost.