People arrested in Alamance County, NC, are taken to a local police station or straight to the Alamance County Detention Center. Those who are unable to make bail are booked into the detention center, which is located at 109 S. Maple St. Graham, NC. The detention center is located in an annex adjacent to the Alamance County Sheriff’s Office.
The Alamance County Detention Center is an unpleasant place. It is a smaller facility that often suffers from overcrowding. Inmates have little connection to the outside world. If bail cannot be posted, most inmates lose their jobs or homes.
DJ’s Bail Bonds provides bail bonding service in order to prevent our clients from suffering the effects of incarceration while awaiting their day in court. Many charges are ultimately dropped. Other defendants receive probation. For these individuals, being stuck in the Alamance County Detention Center amounts to unnecessary punishment.
Our dedicated bondsmen understand the importance of getting out of pretrial custody. We provide professional, efficient, and nonjudgmental bail bonding service. Because we understand the urgency, we have bondsmen available at all times, including nights, weekends, and holidays. For help with obtaining a bail bond, call 704-658 BAIL (2245).
North Carolina law requires a magistrate to determine bail within a few hours of an arrest. Though the law stipulates a short time period for setting bail, it also stipulates high bail amounts in many situations. This is especially true for major felonies, certain drug offenses, and in the case of repeat offenders. In cases where the defendant is deemed dangerous to the community or threatens the safety of certain people, bail may be denied.
When bail is in the thousands of dollars and neither the defendant or his or her family can afford it, DJ’s Bail Bonds can help. The bail bond fee is 15 percent of the bail amount set by the magistrate. This alone brings bail into the affordable range for many defendants and their families.
In cases where the bail bond fee is still too much, DJ’s Bail Bonds offers payment plans. Payment plans allow the defendant or the defendant’s cosigner to pay the bail bond fee in increments that fit his or her budget. The defendant or cosigner needs to sign a payment plan agreement and the defendant must sign a promise to appear notice. The defendant is then freed.
DJ’s Bail Bonds handles all types of bail bonds. Our Wake County branch handles bail bonding for all law enforcement agencies in Alamance County and for the Alamance County Detention Center Annex. For immediate bail bond help, call 704-658 BAIL (2245).
Common bail bond types include the following:
Felony Bail Bonds
DWI Bail Bonds
Drug Possession Bail Bonds
Gun Possession Bail Bonds
Disorderly Conduct Bail Bonds
Domestic Violence/Restraining Order Bail Bonds
Costs vary widely based on the classification of the charge and the defendant’s history.
DWI bail bond costs depend greatly on whether the offense is considered a misdemeanor or felony.
The severity of the charges depends on quantities and the schedule rating of the substance.
Never have an illegal firearm, especially in a vehicle.
Misdemeanor charges have a lower bail; when accompanied by other charges, the bail may be much higher.
People charged with domestic violence may have their bail hearing delayed for up to 48 hours. After pretrial release, they are required to keep away from the alleged victim. This often entails a restriction from returning home because the alleged victim resides there. Violation of terms equals a revocation of bail.
Life in the Alamance Detention Center Annex is difficult and unproductive. To get a bail bond right away, contact DJ’s Bail Bonds. Our bondsmen will get you or your loved one home quick. Call 704-658 BAIL (2245).