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When a loved one is locked up behind bars, every minute and hour that passes feels like an eternity.  Your time matters and that’s why Rush Bail Bonds in Huntsville, AL works around the clock to post a jail bond within 24 hours after an arrest.  With more than 15 years of experience in the jail bond business, our professional and compassionate bail agents know what it takes to get a loved one out of jail and on with life as quickly as possible.  Every bail bondsman in our locally owned company, is fully licensed, insured and guarantees to keep the details of your case confidential.  Don’t waste any more time! Call Rush Bail Bonds in Huntsville, AL right now! We’ll get through this together!

What Is A Jail Bond?

And how do jail bonds work? Great Questions.  A jail bond is basically an insurance policy with the judicial system.  When you post bond, you’re promising to return to court for future court hearings.  If you fail to show up in court while out on bond, a new arrest warrant will most likely be issued and you will go back to jail.  If this happens, you may be considered a flight risk and a judge may deny bond all together, depending on the circumstances of your case.  Bottom line, a jail bond allows a defendant to get out of jail while awaiting a resolution in his or her case.  There are several ways to pay for a jail bond: cash, property bond or hiring Rush Bail Bonds in Huntsville, AL.  If you have the cash, you can pay your bond directly to the sheriff’s department or court.  If that’s not an option, you may post a property bond.  This type of bond will place a lien on your house or property, until the conclusion of a case.  If you don’t own any property, you can still post bond with the help of a licensed and professional bail bondsman!

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Great Question.  If this is your first time trying to post bond for a family member or close friend, you probably have lots of questions.  Our name says it all.  Rush Bail Bonds works swiftly to help you get a loved one out of jail as quickly as possible.  When you work with a professional bail bonding company, you have someone by your side, navigating the complex court system and legal jargon.  We’re also available when you need us most.  Rush Bail Bonds in Huntsville, AL is open 24/7, 365 days a year.  There’s never a good time or place to be arrested, so we make our agents available at all times to be there for you when you need it most!  Before you call Rush Bail Bonds we need a few key pieces of information from you: full legal name of inmate, inmate identification number and where they are currently being held.

What Does A Bail Agent Need From Me To Post Bond?

Great Question.  Rush Bail Bonds in Huntsville, AL requires a non-refundable fee, collateral and a co-signer to help you post a jail bond.  For example, if your husband’s bond is set at $25,000, Rush Bail Bonds charges between 10%-15% of the bill.  So, in this case you would need $2,500-$3,750 for our non-refundable fee. Next, we need a responsible adult, such as a family member or close friend to co-sign our contract.  We also need some form of collateral, in the event the defendant skips town and breaks the terms of their release.  We accept all forms of collateral, such as vehicles, cars and even bank accounts.  The collateral is only seized if the defendant fails to show up in court.  Collateral is used to pay for the outstanding bond due when a defendant skips town.  We hope it never reaches this point, so make good decisions while out of jail!

Jail Bond Male hands in handcuffsWill My Brother Go Back To Jail After He’s Posted Bond?

Great question.  Every criminal case is unique and final verdicts are unpredictable.  If your brother follows through on the terms of his release from jail, he will most likely stay out of jail until a final verdict in his case is reached.  This process may take months, if not years.  However, if your brother fails to show up to court and engages in other illegal behavior he may be re-arrested and booked into jail until his case reaches a conclusion.  If you have any more questions about posting a jail bond, please call Rush Bail Bonds today! We’re looking forward to your call!