Know Your Rights

Bail Agents act as sureties and post bail on behalf of a defendant. A bail agent usually charges a non-refundable fee but is liable for the full "face-amount" of the bail bond if the defendant fails to appear in court. The bail agent is also authorized to arrest the defendant for the purposes of bringing him or her to court. The bail agent may also bring a civil suit against the defendant or anyone else obligated under the bail agent's contract to recover the bail money the agent paid to the court
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If you choose to use a bail bonding company to post bail for a friend or loved one, there are several things you should know. It will be your responsibility to make sure that they appear in court as required or you may have to pay the entire "face-amount" of their bail bond. You will also have to meet certain qualifications in order to post a bond for a friend or loved one.

Our professional "Bail-Out" agents have more than 20 years of experience in providing fast service, low rates, and flexible payment plans. We understand that every situation is different and can come up with a plan to bail you out based on your individual situation. We believe in your right to be considered innocent until proven guilty and will help you in any way that we can.

Don't delay, call our "Bail-Out" team today at 252-551-BAIL and we can get started on your case immediately.