INDEPENDENT BAIL BONDS
Felony Bail Bonds
Both minor and serious felonies can potentially cause significant fines and/or lead to imprisonment. If you or a loved one has been charged and convicted of a felony, you will need to appear in court on a certain date. Meanwhile you may be eligible to be released on bond. If you are looking to hire an experienced felony bail bond agent, you have come to the right place. At Independent Bail Bonds, we can offer top-notch bail bond services to get you released from jail quickly. Whether it is a regular surety bail bond or emergency bail bond, we have got your back.
Battery, aggravated assault, robbery...
Fraud, embezzlement, racketeering...
Possession of cocaine, illegal sales of drugs, drug abuse...
Arrest and Booking Processes for Felony Charges
When an individual is arrested, chances are they may be transported to a law enforcement agency where they are processed and booked. Once background checks have been conducted and fingerprints are recorded into the county computer, the arrestee may opt for a pre-trial bail bond. The duration of the release process typically takes several hours to complete. It depends on the size of the jail facility and the availability of on-site staff.
Arrests can lead to an array of potentially serious problems and future complications. The inconvenience, humiliation, and emotional stress of an arrest are issues that should not be taken lightly. Therefore, it is important to arrange bail at the earliest possible opportunity. Learn more about Independent Bail Bonds’ expertise in 24 hour bail bonds today.READ MORE
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Was a loved one charged for a drug-related offense? Because all court systems are serious about prosecuting drug charges, they often set a strict court policy concerning the release of defendants. Don’t worry; Independent Bail Bonds is here to guide you through the drug charge bail bond application process.READ MORE
Arrested DUI suspects are required to pay a certain amount of cash to the court in exchange for their release from jail. In order to recover the paid bail money, the defendant needs to appear in court for their arraignment. If the person fails to show up in court, the money is automatically forfeited. If you are looking for an experienced DWI/DUI bail bonds agent, you have come to the right place.READ MORE
If you or a loved one has been arrested for an alleged felony charge, it is important to contact a reputable bail bond agent without delay. At Independent Bail Bonds, we specialize in cases pertaining to capital felony, life felony, first-degree felony, second-degree felony, and third-degree felony.READ MORE