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How to Get Out of Jail - Bail Bonding Process

Being arrested, posting bail and arranging to get someone released from jail can be a very stressful and confusing ordeal, especially if it is your first time or you are from out of town. Each town/city and county has it own set of rules and regulations that you must strictly obey. You need someone you can trust and depend upon to navigate the process to ensure all the bail bond paperwork and bail requirements are met to ensure that your loved one is released as quickly as possible.

Call American Bail Bonds immediately! Sooner you call us, quicker we can get your loved one released.

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    Defendant will appear before a Magistrate, who will set the bail amount in accordance with the defendant’s current and previous charges. Many jails have standard bail amounts for certain charges to expedite the bail release process.
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    Collect all required information to be a co-signer: relationship to person in jail, how long you have lived at current residence, how long you have been at current job. It takes less than 3 minutes to complete the form.
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    Our professional Bail Bondsman will complete all the required bonding paperwork, comply with all bail rules and regulations, and we will post a bail bond with the court on behalf of the defendant to secure his/her release from jail. We pride ourselves on making the bail process as smooth and efficient as possible. Our service allows family/friend to conveniently arrange for their loved one's release from jail for a small service fee.
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    American Bail Bonds guarantees the entire amount of the bail to the court, and we thereby guarantee that the defendant out on bail will appear for all court dates.

We accept Visa, MasterCard, and American Express. We can accept payment over the phone, and can email you all the paperwork.


Co-signer may be required to guarantee the defendant's appearance by providing collateral for the entire bond amount. In most situations collateral is not required. When collateral is required, it will be returned after the defendant's case is exonerated. Exoneration of charges is the full release of a person from his/her court case(s). It means the person has appeared in court at all required times and has satisfied the court with regards to the final sentencing and determination on all charges. The court releases the bail company from all financial responsibility, and then our agency will release the co-signer from financial responsibility on the bond. Any collateral held or any property recorded for this bond will be returned.

If the defendant misses a court date, the court usually allows the Bail Bonds Agency time to 'correct' the situation before the bail money is forfeited. Failing to appear in court at the appropriate time and place will result in a bench warrant being issued. By choosing the professionals at American Bail Bonds we are able to assist you with our knowledge of the court system and can suggest your best approach with the courts. Please notify us immediately if your defendant fails to appear for any court date. We work for you and want to help you in any way possible.

If a defendant misses a court date and we are unable to contact either the defendant or the co-signor after several attempts, they will be considered a fugitive and we will be required to deploy Fugitive Recovery Agents to arrest the fugitive and return him/her to jail. The bail bond agency has the authority to apprehend this person and place them into custody, which protects the bail bond company and bail bond co-signer(s).

** Eighth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution specifies that bail must not be excessive. Bail should not simply raise money for the government or financially punish citizens accused (not convicted) of a crime. Bail allows defendants to remain free on bond until their court appearance to mount their defense against the arrest charges. It’s difficult to prove you're innocent from behind bars!