Albemarle NC Bail Bond

Albemarle Bail Bonds

DJ’s Bail Bonds’ Albemarle, North Carolina office provides 24/7/365 bail bonding service for all of Stanley County. If you or a loved one are in custody in Stanley County, contact DJ’s Bail Bonds’ Albemarle office at 704-658 BAIL (2245). A bondsman is standing by to provide immediate assistance. Get out of custody fast with DJ’s Bail Bonds. Call 704-658 BAIL (2245) now. 

Albemarle bail bonds

How Bail Is Set in North Carolina 

After a person is arrested in Stanley County, North Carolina, the arresting agency may transport the detainee to its headquarters or take him or her directly to the Stanley County Detention Center. The arresting agency may take several hours to complete the paperwork and file the charges. Within a few hours of charges being filed, a magistrate sets bail. 

Contact DJ’s Bail Bonds as soon as possible. Even if bail has yet to be set, our bondsmen can take all the needed information and be prepared to post bail as soon as permissible. We will make every effort to prevent our clients from being processed into the Stanley County Detention Center. The detention center is located at 223 South Second St., Albemarle, North Carolina. 

How Bail Bonds Work 

Bail bonds provide the means for people who cannot afford bail to remain free while awaiting trial. The bail amounts set by magistrates are often too high for detainees and their families to afford. Even minor charges often result in bail amounts in the thousands of dollars. More serious offenses require bail amounts in the tens of thousands and up. 

Bail bonds make the release from custody possible because bail bonding companies post bail on behalf of their clients. Companies like DJ’s Bail Bonds are licensed by the state and can post bail in almost any amount. DJ’s Bail Bonds can secure the release of its clients within hours of charges being filed. 

How Much Do Bail Bonds Cost? 

Fees for bail bonding services are 15 percent of the bail amount. For example, if bail was set at $10,000, the bail bonding company charges a fee of $1,500. The client never has to pay the remaining $8,500 of bail, though the bail bond fee is nonrefundable. Magistrates may also set additional conditions for release, such as electronic monitoring. If you need a bail bond, call 704-658 BAIL (2245). 

What If You Can’t Afford the Bail Bond Fee? 

DJ’s Bail Bonds offers payment plans for clients who are unable to immediately pay 15 percent of the bail amount. After signing for the bail bond, the payment plan agreement, and a promise to abide by all bail requirements, the defendant is freed. If you have a high bail amount and need help affording the bail bond fee, contact DJ’s Bail Bonds regarding a payment plan at 704-658 BAIL (2245). 

Types of Bail Bonds 

DJ’s Bail Bonds handles all types of bail bonds, including 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

Felony Bail Bonds 

Bail in felony cases can be expensive because magistrates view people facing prison time as flight risks. No matter how staggering the amount may seem, we can find a way to get you or your loved one out of jail. 

DWI Bail Bonds 

Driving under the influence can get you locked up, but we can get you out quick. Most of our clients have homes, jobs, and families. We’ll get you out so you can get back to your life. 

Drug Possession Bail Bonds 

North Carolina has been cracking down on drug possession, so bail can sometimes be steep, especially for repeat offenders. Call DJ’s and we’ll work out how to get you or your loved one released. 

Gun Possession Bail Bonds 

Gun possession charges usually result from a person having an unlicensed firearm. Where other crimes are also alleged, the bail can be high. 

Disorderly Conduct Bail Bonds 

The release can generally be obtained with a modest bail bond fee. 

Domestic Violence and Restraining Order Bail Bonds 

Unlike other types of bail bonds, domestic violence bail conditions may preclude the defendant from returning home if the alleged victim also resides there. We always advise our clients to obey bail terms and never return home if their bail conditions prohibit it. You can request relief in court, but violating the bail conditions will cause bail revocation and a return to jail. 

Getting arrested can seem like a nightmare. In America, everyone is innocent until proven guilty. The most important thing after an arrest is securing release while awaiting trial. For immediate bail bonding service, call DJ’s Bail Bonds at 704-658 BAIL (2245).