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Bail bonds 24/7: What happens If The Accused Does Not Appear In Court?

Apr 28

All American Bail Bondsman can assist you and your loved one if you have been arrested. We offer bail bonds in most American cities and counties.

We know being arrested can cause stress and we want to make sure you are released as soon as possible. This article will describe the bail bonding process and what you can count on from us.

What's a Bail bond?

Bail bond is a financial guarantee required by the court to release the accused from jail. The bail bond is designed to guarantee that the accused will appear for their court date.

How does Bail Bonding work?

The bail bonding process generally works in the following manner:

First, contact All American Bail Bondsman. We will ask some questions about your case and get some additional information.

Next, we will file the bail bond with court.

Your loved one will be released once this has been completed.

Once they are released, it's important to stay in touch with the bail bondman to ensure that they attend all court dates.

Contact All American Bail Bondsman if you have questions about bail bonding, or need assistance posting a bond.

What Happens If the Accused Doesn't Show up for Court?

The court may issue a warrant and forfeit the bail bond if the accused doesn't show up to court. The bail bondsman might then hire a bounty hunter in order to find and bring the accused to court.

All American Bail Bondsman knows that sometimes things happen and our clients may not be able to make their court date. Please contact us if you're not able to attend.

What Happens After the Court Case is Closed?

The bail bond will be canceled once the court case has been concluded.

FAQs on Bail Bonds

Q: Do bail bonds require collateral?

A: You do not need to provide collateral to bail bonds. You may have to pay the entire bond amount upfront if you don't possess collateral.

Q: How much does it cost to get a bail bonds?

A: A bail bond's standard rate is 10% of the bail amount. For example, if you have a bail of $1000, then the bail bond will cost $100.

Q: What is the best way to get my bail bond refunded?

A: After you have made bail bond payments, you do not get a refund.

Q: How long is it for a bail bonds to be processed?

A: Bail bonds can usually be processed in 24 hours. If you are unable or unwilling to pay the full bond amount upfront, the process may take longer.

Q: Do bail bonds require an attorney?

A: No. You don't need an attorney to post bail. But, it is a good idea to consult an attorney before you post bail.


Let us conclude by saying bail bonds are a great option to quickly get out of jail. You should consult with an attorney before posting bail. For any additional questions, contact All American Bail Bondsman.

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500 N Greensboro St, Liberty, NC 27298, United States
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