Every year, over 2,000 inmates are booked into the Anson County Jail, located at 119 N. Washington St. in Wadesboro, NC. The vast majority of these prisoners are eligible for release on bail. In North Carolina, bail is generally granted unless the defendant is accused of a heinous crime, has a long criminal history, or is seen as an unusually high flight risk.
After an Anson County arrest, a magistrate will set bail. In most cases, excluding domestic violence, bail will be set within a few hours of charges being filed. Once bail is set, the defendant can be freed any time that bail is posted. Often, posting bail requires a bail bond through a bail bond company like DJ’s Bail Bonds. For help with an Anson County bail bond, contact DJ’s Bail Bonds at 704-658 BAIL (2245).
As the bondsmen at DJ’s know, the courts often set bail that is beyond the means of the defendant and his or her family. Because of this, many defendants would be forced to remain in jail for months or years while their cases are pending. This would be the case even if the charges are ultimately dismissed or the judge imposes no jail time.
When you or a loved one find bail unaffordable or a hardship, you need a bail bond. Bail bonds cost 15 percent of the bail set by the court. Bail bonding companies are licensed by the state to provide bail bond service at this rate. Often, bail is set in thousands of dollars and more. Most North Carolina families find it difficult or impossible to afford bail of $5,000, $10,000, of $100,000. A bail bond reduces these bail amount to $750, $1,500, and $15,000. These are much more realistic figures.
Though bail bonds drastically reduce the cost of pretrial release, they can still be expensive compared to the income and resources of a defendant and his or her family. When high bail is set, this is more often the case. For that reason, DJ’s Bail Bonds provides a payment plan option.
The payment plan requires the bail bond fee be paid in increments. Defendants who are able to handle a payment plan can enter into one by contacting a DJ’s Bail Bonds’ bondsmen. If the defendant cannot make payments, a cosigner may enter into a payment plan on the defendant’s behalf. Once a payment plan is set up and the defendant signs an agreement to be present for court dates, the defendant is freed.
If you need help with bail bonding, contact DJ’s Bail Bonds. We handle all bail bonding for Anson County through our Wake County office. Our bondsmen are standing by 24/7/365. Call 704-658 BAIL (2245).
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
Because felonies carry the risk of hard time in state prison, bail is often high.
If the charges are not at the felony level, DWI bail bonds are often on the lower side.
Possession for personal use can lead to high bail; drug trafficking bail can be astronomical.
Never have an illegal firearm, especially in a vehicle. Bail can be steep.
Bail bonds for disorderly conduct depend on the circumstances and record of the accused.
Domestic violence defendants may be subject to a 48-hour holding period before becoming bailable. If they reside in the same place as the alleged victim, bail conditions often prohibit them returning home. Violating this condition results in a return to Anson County Jail.
At DJ’s Bail Bonds, we understand that defendants are innocent until proven guilty. No one should sit in the Anson County Jail when they haven’t been convicted of a crime. For immediate bail bonds service, contact DJ’s Bail Bonds at 704-658 BAIL (2245).