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Bail Bonds in Georgia: What you need to know.

If you or a loved one are arrested, the first thing to do is to call 24/7 Bail Bonds.  You will want to have as much information pertaining to the arrestee or case as possible. We will help you every step of the way.

Having the following information will quicken the bond release process. It is ok if you are missing something or do not have all the information below, just give us a call and we will be glad to help you.

A. The arrestee’s name and date of birth.
B. The city and state, and name of the jail holding the arrestee.
C. The date the person was arrested.
D. The amount of the bail if known.

Bail bonds are documents issued to individuals who are criminal defendants. An arraignment will have to be held for the individual in order for bail to be determined and set. If bail is to be issued, it may be issued through Federal, immigration, or commercial bonding companies such as 24/7 Bail Bonds. The purpose of bail is to insure the court appearance of the defendant, who has been arrested, in order to determine guilt or innocence. All individuals arrested are presumed innocent until proven guilty. The failure to guarantee the right to bail would make any arrest and/or incarceration almost a finding of guilt.

Bail bond companies provide an opportunity for an individual to obtain freedom as long as he or she meets the obligation of being present in court at the required time and date. In many cases, bail bond companies have working relationships with the court system, and can help speed their clients release by providing ‘blanket coverage’ to the court.

The individual, or a representative friend or family member, also has the obligation of providing funding necessary for their release. This funding can be made in a variety of ways, and your professional bail bondsman will provide counseling and due diligence to satisfy bond requirements.

17341 US Hwy 301 North
Statesboro, GA 30461

Located next to the Bulloch County Jail