If Arrested…

Need Bondsman?

Computer-colorIf someone you care about is arrested, the next steps that they take can make the difference between them getting out on bail quickly or spending hours – or even days – waiting in jail. That’s why it’s important to contact Escape Bail Bonds as quickly as possible to get the bail process started. We provide 24 hr bail bonds and can start working on getting your friend or family member’s bail process started as soon as they are taken into custody.

Before you call us to start working on a bail bond, there are a few things you should know about the process. After a person is initially taken into custody, they need to go through processing. This includes having their mug shot and fingerprints taken, along with having their information entered into the system. Processing can take between two to four hours, and a person won’t be able to accept visitors or post bail bonds during this time.

Depending on the severity of the alleged crime, bail can be automatically set during the booking process or it might be set during a later court date. In either case, there is usually a lot of paperwork that a bondsman will have to do before it’s time to post the bail bond. Waiting for the processing to be completed before starting this can create significant delays in getting someone out of jail.

This is why Escape Bail Bonds recommends that you start taking the steps needed to post bond for a friend or family member as soon as you’re notified that they’ve been arrested. Our bail bond agents can get all of the vital information from you ahead of time about the person you are posting bail for, along with answering any questions or concerns you might have. When it’s time to post the bond, all of the background work has been done and the process is expedited.