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24 Bail Birmingham, AL.  Let’s face it.  There’s never a convenient time or day to be arrested.  Getting arrested and booked into jail, no matter what day or time, is a life changing event.  Rush Bail Bonds is here for you and your family.  We offer 24 bail services everyday of the year.  This means our agent work around the clock to get you or your loved one out of jail and on with life.  Rush Bail Bonds in Birmingham, AL is here for you when no one else is.  Pick up the phone and call Rush Bail Bonds today.

Is there such a thing as 24 bail?

Yes! Rush Bail Bonds is a 24 bail bonding full service company.  This means our bail bonding agents will answer your call no matter the time or day.  Before you call, our bail agents will need a few pieces of critical information to expedite this process.  We need the full legal name of the inmate, where they are being held and their inmate number.  If you’re insure of the inmate number, check the jail website.  Make sure you know if the inmate is in the Birmingham, AL city or county jail. There’s a difference and our agents need to know where the inmate is currently being held.  Once you provide our agents with this information, our 24 bail agents will be positioned to get your loved one out and on with life as quickly as possible.

What if we can’t afford to post bail?

Rush Bail Bonds 24 bailWe understand your concerns.  You shouldn’t decide between buying bread and posting bond.  At Rush Bail Bonds in Birmingham, AL we make our  24 hour bail bondsman services available and affordable for everyone.  We offer flexible payment plans and work wit your financial situation to make posting bond as easy as possible.  Here’s how it works: our bail bonding agents require 10%-15% of the total bail amount, collateral and a co-signer to post bond.  For example, If your daughter’s bond is set at $50,000, Rush Bail Bonds in Birmingham, AL requires you to pay $5,000-$7,500.  In addition, we need a co-signer who will be responsible for the defendant.  Once we have the non-refundable fee and a co-signer, our bail agents will need some form of collateral.  Collateral comes in all shapes and sizes: bank accounts, boats and even jewelry.

Can I visit my loved one while they’re still in jail.

Yes.  Before you head to the city or county jail, check online for visiting hours as they vary by location.  For example, the Birmingham City Jail sets visitation times based on the beginning letter of the inmate’s last name.  So, if you’re brother’s last name begins with A, you will visit with him on Monday’s.  There is no inmate visitation on Friday’s at the Birmingham City Jail.  However, at the Jefferson County Jail you can schedule a visitation Friday’s.  Again, call or check with each jail facility before planning to visit with an inmate.  And please note at the county jail, visiting hours are from 6:00 p.m. -7:50 p.m..

Thanks for helping post bond! Now what?

Great question.  Now is the time encourage the defendant in the criminal case to be on their best behavior and attend every single scheduled court hearing.  We also encourage every client to stay in close contact with their attorney and bail bonding agent.  When a judge sets bond, the magistrate will also set very specific set of guidelines a defendant must follow while out of jail.  If a defendant breaks these terms of release, a new warrant may be issued for their arrest and he or she will go back to jail.  If this happens, it may be difficult to post bond again.

If you’re in trouble and need help, Rush Bail Bonds is here for you.  We’re not just in the bail bonding business, we’re  in the business of helping people get their lives back on track.  Pick up the phone and call us today. We’re standing by ready to take your call right now.