19 Jul Bail and DUI
If you’ve been arrested for a DUI, you shouldn’t expect to be bailed out of jail right away. First, it’s going to take a little time for you to be booked and processed. After that, you’ll be kept in jail until you have sobered up. They simply won’t release you until you’re no longer intoxicated.
The good news is that while you’re sobering up, you can start planning for your future, which includes how you plan to get out of jail.
By this point, you should have already been told how much bail money is required for you to be released from jail. Don’t assume that just because you don’t personally have that much money, that you’ll be stuck in jail forever. You won’t.
If you’re lucky, a friend or family member will be able to help out with bail money. If no one can, feel free to contact Nashville Bail Bonds. We can and will help.
The great thing about Nashville Bail Bonds is that we have been dealing with individuals in your situation for decades. There isn’t anything about bail bonds that we don’t know.
The first thing you must do is contact us and alert us to your situation. We’re available 24/7 so don’t think you have to wait until business hours. We’ll answer any questions you might have about bail and DUI’s. If you like our answers, the next step is deciding how you want to handle our 10% fee.
We assure you that when you contact Nashville Bail Bonds, you’ll enjoy kind and compassionate service. We’ll handle your case with discretion and treat you with the respect you deserve. You won’t believe how much better you’ll feel about your present situation once you know that you have someone in your corner.
There are several reasons why you should turn to Nashville Bail Bonds when you need bail money following a DUI arrest. Those reasons include:
· 24/7 Bail bond service
· Phone/online approvals
· 0% Interest payment plans
· No hidden fees
· No collateral required for working signers