Getting arrested is one of the things no one ever wants to have happen to them. Most people are unprepared and are unsure of what to do if they were, in fact, taken into custody to Guilford County Jail. At Amazing Bail Bonds, we understand this frustration. So, to help you in this challenging situation, we’ve come up with a brief summary of what to expect. These are terms and situations you will likely come across if you or someone you care about ends up needing Greensboro bail bonds.

New Arrest Info

First, if you are aware of an arrest, you will likely want to know how to get that person out of jail. To start with, you will want to find out how much their bail is going to be. You can get that information from the Guilford County Sheriff’s Department by calling 336-641-2700. That’s the direct line to the jail desk.

What Is Bail?

Bail is an amount set by the court that is meant to make certain that, if released, you will show up at the court date. You may only be temporarily out of pocket if you pay the full bail in cash. Once you make sure to follow through with all appearances required by the judge, the bail amount will be refunded by the court. However, if you are a no-show or get arrested again, there will be no refund. Most who find themselves in the Greensboro detention center are unable to come up with that kind of cash. In that case, you will need a bail bond.

What Is A Bail Bond?

If bail is something reasonable, meaning the amount is not purposefully astronomical, it can be paid to the court so the detainee can be released. In order to get released from jail, you will need to post ten percent of the bail. For example, if bail is $10,000, you would pay $1,000 to get a bail bond. If this is not something you are able to afford, your next step will be to get in touch with a Greensboro bail bondsman.

What Is A Bail Bondsman?

Have you found yourself or a person close to you in the High Point Detention Center with a bail that you are unable to pay? A bail bond agent puts up the full amount of the bond on the inmates’ behalf with the intention of having them freed. At Amazing Bail Bonds, we work one on one to help guide you through your specific situation. We also keep in mind the expense of being incarcerated and work hard at keeping our services within reach for everyone in need of bail.

What Happens After Bond Is Posted?

Upon release on bail, the defendant is made aware of everything expected of them in the coming weeks. Most important, they know how serious it is that they show up in court on the date given.
Getting the call that someone you love has been arrested can be upsetting and frightening. Many people have to stumble around trying to figure out the proper procedures and who can help in order to get their loved one released.
Finding out someone has been arrested is stressful enough. If you need help, feel free to give Amazing Bail Bonds a call. We are a local bail bonding agency right here to assist you in Greensboro. This process can be confusing and we have experts on hand to help you 24/7.

Frequently Asked Questions:

This is a process by which a defendant who has failed to appear in court can have their bench warrant removed and the bail bond re-activated or “reinstated” with the court.The defendant, working with Clinton bail bonds, will report back to the court, which allows the court to set a new court date for the defendant. This proceeding may result in additional fees to the defendant/co-signer.

The premium is the money earned by the bail bonding agency, at the time the defendant is released from custody, therefore it is not subject to return. This is the case even if the defendant is found innocent, the case is dismissed or the defendant is placed back into custody for another offense.

The defendant and any co-signer(s) are responsible to the bail bonding agency, for the premium and any fees or additional expenses incurred by the bail bonding agency on their behalf.

A cosigner is an individual who promises to pay the bail bond company, in situations when the person they post bail for does not appear in court. In few cases its ok, if a person fails to appear in the court, as long as they go back to the court. However if the person does not appear and is evading the court dates then the cosigner is contacted to help find the person or asked to pay the full amount of the bond.

The defendant needs to get permission from the bail bonds office in writing before attempting to do so. If the court has given you direct instructions not to leave the state or country you must then get permission from the bail agent and the court before leaving. Otherwise you are subject to arrest.

This could potentially vary for each bonds office, however for the most part you can expect them to accept various forms of bail collateral such as : Real estate, Cars, Credit cards, Stocks, Bonds, Jewelry, Personal credit, Bank accounts.