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Has a friend or family member been arrested or said they were going to jail? Call us at 1-800-638-4088. It is helpful if you have their right name, birth date, and county where they have been arrested. If you don't have this information, we can still help you. Our Bail Bond Agents can assist you in any count in the United States. Give us a Call! We can Help You Now!
Bail Bond Process
In most states, a "bail bond agent" writes something like a "check" to the court, to the sheriff's office, or to the jail's "release window"...for the entire amount of the bail amount so the defendant can get out of jail. The cost of this process is only a small part of the bond (usually about 10% of each bond, or 15% on an out-of-state defendant. There are also special charges for immigration bonds.). However, if the defendant does not show up for court, the "bail bond agency" is then responsible for paying the entire amount of the defendant's bond to the court.
Tips for Posting Bond
First, the "bail bond agent" has to find out where the defendant is being held. If you are a family member or friend, please have the person's real name, and birth date ready. If the person is booked in under another name, the bail agent will have to have that information.
How to Find the Defendant
The first step is to know the city or county the defendant was arrested or detained in. It is helpful to know which agency arrested the defendant. If you do not know, it will be difficult for the "Bail Bond Agent" to find them.
How Long Will it Take?
Mississippi Bonding Company agents are the quickest, the most efficient, and the most educated bail bond agents in the United States. Mississippi Bonding Company agents use 'state-of-art' computer equipment and services to process all applications, credit cards, and deliver the necessary documents to get your friends and family released as quickly as possible. Then, it is up to the jail, or release center to take these documents (Power of Attorney) and release the defendant. How long it takes to release a defendant is often determined by how efficient the corrections officers are, and how many other people have been arrested before your friend or family member. Friday, Saturday, Sunday nights and holidays are usually very busy. Being realistic, in some counties it can be from four to 10 hours after the "bail bond agent" has delivered the documents to the release center. Therefore, calling us as soon as possible with the information will help the defendant get out of jail quicke