Getting arrested for a crime can be a troubling experience, not only for the accused but also the family members. Getting help of a bail bonds agent is often the best thing you can do to facilitate the quick release of a detained person close to you.
When an individual is arrested for a crime, typically that person will be taken to a local law enforcement station for booking. Once arrested and booked, the defendant is taken to a district court commissioner and has several options for release pending the conclusion of his or her
hearing. Bail is designed to guarantee the appearance of a defendant in court at the time the judge directs. The bail is a set monetary amount. A percentage of that bail amount must be paid before the defendant is released. A bail bond agency helps you afford the cost of the bail when it is higher than the amount of money you have available.
Looking out for you! Let'Em Loose Bail Bonds is here for you. We are open 24 hours a day 7 days a week. You are always welcome to contact us with any questions or concerns you have. We offer friendly and supportive customer service for all of our clients receiving bail bonding services. We are here to help you, which is why we always promptly post a bail bond that will guarantee the release of a defendant from jail.
How Can Bail Bonds Help You Get Out of Jail?
Our bail bonds agency will get your loved ones out of jail quickly and confidentially. We understand that you may not know how bail bonding works. Take a look below for a brief explanation about bail bonds and the bonding process so that you have the knowledge you need to get your loved ones free.
Who are Bail Bond Agents?
The term refers to an individual or organization that acts as a surety for an accused. The person or institution pledges a sum of money as guarantee for the fact that the arrested person or persons will appear in court for trial. The bail bond agent arranges the release of the accused defendant with the court.
Why Bail Bond Agents Are Needed?
The bail agent provides a guarantee to the court that the defendant will appear in court when summoned by the judge. A "premium" is the amount paid to a Bail Bonds company for the financial risk assumed by the Bail Bonds company, on behalf of the defendant. The amount of this premium is 10% in Maryland. This amount of premium regulated by the state. If you do not have the full 10% amount of money that the courts require for the release of a defendant, Let’ Em Loose Bail Bonds will assist you in accepting a down payment on this amount for the prompt release of an inmate. Affordable payments plans are available for everyone.
What will I have to pay?
If you are willing to give a down payment of the bail amount but do not have the means to pay off the full amount due, you may choose to work with bail bonds agents to finance the process. All you have to do is pay a percent of the total bail amount to the agency. The agency will pay the remaining amount to enforce the bail bond and make sure that the accused is released. Unless a bond is presented as a surety to a court of law, the defendant would be kept in jail until trial.
How long is the process?
Once the accused is found qualified to be granted release, our bondsmen will post bail and ensure the release of the accused. Posting bail can be completed quickly. The release of the defendant depends on the release times of the jail that he or she is being kept at. It also depends on the type of case.