As a trusted bail bond company, we provide services that help our clients on their worst days.
Our role in the legal process is paying a portion of an arrested person’s bail fee, or the amount of money required to post bail and leave police custody. Since the legal process can take weeks or months, remaining in jail may not be feasible for someone with lots of responsibilities.
As a trusted bail bond company, we provide services that help our clients on their worst days. Our company has been serving the area since 1992, and we’re available 24/7 to help when a need arises. If you need to arrange a payment plan for your bail bond, we’re happy to accommodate.
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HELP GETTING OUT OF JAIL
When you get arrested for any reason, the situation is very overwhelming, especially if it’s the first time you’ve been involved in legal trouble. Simply have a friend or family member reach out to us and provide us with the information we need, including how to contact you and what you can use as collateral for the bond.
We’ll handle the rest, and before you know it, you’ll be able to return home and await the next steps. For more information about our bail bond company and how we can help you, give us a call.
FAQs About a Bail Bond Company
When you or a loved one is arrested, it is stressful and often overwhelming. At the same time, you may wonder what you can do to secure a release. The good news is that our team at Alpha Bonding can help with a quick release so that you can get back home and determine your next steps. Still, you might have heard things about working with a bail bond company that gives you pause. Rest assured, we’re here to help in these situations, not make things harder. Check out the questions we’re asked frequently about our team and the process to help put you at ease.
What is a bail bond company?
A bail bond company offers monetary support to those who need to post bail but are unable to pay the entire sum. In return, the people we work with promise to show up at their court hearings.