It is very important that you take action if you have a warrant out for your arrest. Don’t risk the stress, embarrassment and added expenses of a public arrest. Turning yourself in can seem like an intimidating thought and the last thing that you want to do. However, we are here to walk through this process with you. We will help you prepare and make the bonding out process as fast and painless as possible. We specialize in helping people during some of the most challenging times of their lives, so don’t delay. Call today if you have an outstanding warrant to discuss your situation!
Once you turn yourself in, you will be booked into jail and need to secure a bail bond to get out, usually the very next day, sometimes the same day. Here are some frequently asked questions from our clients.
What is required of me after I am released?
We require that you communicate with us promptly about any changes in your court dates, time, and location. We will do the same. Basically, if we can depend on you, you can depend on us! We also request a weekly check-in.
How soon after my release do I need to check in at the bond office?
We need your initial contact to take place with us ideally right after you are released from the jail or within 24 hours. This allows us to be sure we both have a clear understanding of what to expect and you have the opportunity to ask any questions that might have come up.
What happens if I miss a check-in or court date?
We will communicate with a client’s lawyer and co-signer if a client misses a court date. If the client communicates about what happened, we may be able to secure a new court date with the judge. However, if a client misses a court date and doesn’t communicate about why, we may hire an investigator to find and re-incarcerate clients who miss court. We will always do our best to work with you when you promptly communicate with us about challenges. However, we cannot advocate for you if we do not know what is going on. Staying in contact with us is the best way to be sure that your bond is not revoked.
We hope this helps you to better understand the bail bonds process. If you have questions that are not listed above, please do not hesitate to call us.