10 Apr How Does Bail Work?
Bail is a mysterious topic to most people. The only time they have ever dealt with the subject matter is when they watched it unfold on a television screen. Unfortunately for them, TV only offers a very simplistic look at bail and does not give a very clear picture of how it actually works. To really get to know bail, you will either have to do some research on the subject yourself, or talk to an expert. Here at Nashville Bail Bonds, all of our agents are experts on bail and can easily walk you through the whole process.
The bail process really is simple. It starts once a person is arrested, they are assigned a bail amount. This amount is how much money needs to be paid to the jail in order for the person to be released. The money must be paid in full before the person can be released, but so long as the person goes to all of his or her court dates, the money will be returned at the end of the trial regardless of verdict. The bail amount is often set pretty high in order to encourage people to return for all of their dates, or else risk losing all of the money.
Since bail prices are so high, many people decide to hire a bail agent to help them post bail. The bail agent will pay the full bail amount for the person only ask for a percentage of the amount as payment for their client.
Our bail agents here at Nashville Bail Bonds are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. They can walk you through the bail bond process and answer all of your questions. By giving them a little information about your incarcerated loved one, our agents will be able to locate him or her in the county database and provide you with details about the arrest. Once all of your questions have been answered, our agents can begin working with you to create personalized payment plans that fit into your budget. This way, the cost of the bail bond is broken up and spread out over several months making it much more affordable.
With Nashville Bail Bonds helping you, your loved one can be out of jail in as little as 2 hours in some counties. This is due to the fact that our agents work around the clock and will not rest until they have succeeded in rescuing your loved one from jail. We are as dedicated to this cause as you are. We know everything there is to know about bail, so do not worry. We have your back.