If you happen to catch the wrong end of the law and end up in jail and need to get bailed out, then you should probably do some research into the options available in Houston bail bonds market, remember that you may be in jail but you still deserve respect and to be treated fairly so make sure you find a bail bonds agency that has the decency to treat you fair.
Getting bail bonds is an easy process, and as long as you have the information necessary ready it doesn’t take much time at all to get your loved ones back or yourself back to freedom. All you need to do is call your local trusted Bonds agency and contact your bail bonds agent, at this point the bail bondsman will need a few things from you and it’s better if you have them ready; the bondsman will need the full name of the person in jail, the location and full name of the jail that the person is being held in, also have the booking number of the person being held though the bondsman can get this for you it’s faster and easier if you have it ready, and lastly it is important to also know the charges that the person in question is being held for.
Depending on the agency, how close you are to the jail and how close the bail bonds agent is to the jail some bailbondsmen will meet you at the jail to post bail and some can go as far as meeting you at your home to help you figure out what you need and need to do about posting bail for your loved ones. When it comes to payment pretty much all modern companies have all sorts of electronic payments set up so convenience is of the essence. you don’t need to worry about it with modern technologies as they are today all payments can be handled electronically or over the phone if need be and the bail bonds agent. The bonds agency will usually charge you somewhere between ten to fifteen percent of the total amount of the bail being posted of course that is entirely dependent on where the arrest was made, under what circumstances, and of course when it was made. Agents will try to guarantee that you won’t be walking away with their money with no intent of paying it back so when necessary they will ask you to sign over collateral to guarantee you will not be skipping out on your fees or court dates. Of the things that usually get signed over as collateral you can expect to be asked to sign over things such as property, like a house, jewelry, a car, various other art pieces and installations are welcome as well.
The agent will then post bail when and only when the premium has been paid and the collateral has been signed over to them and it is at this point that the defendant will be released from jail. This process is not very difficult but it is dependent on how crowded the jail may be and can take up to several hours before you or your loved ones are released in signing the bond you agree to show up to all your court dates and also to any conditions that your agent may have set for you. Now don’t try to skip out on the court dates or the bail bondsman will have to pay the bail amount in full and he will have to come after you to bring you back to jail, and you can lose what you signed over with the bond if you don’t pay back the money you owe. So as a rule of thumb I say do as your judge tells you and follow the rules your bondsman puts for you.