Guilford County has a unique jail system with three separate locations. Inmates may be held at the Greensboro Detention Center, the High Point Detention Center, or the prison farm, located in Elon. This multi-location system was created to accommodate Guilford County’s large size. The Guilford County Sheriff’s Department processes one of the largest inmate loads in the state, booking over 19,000 inmates into its jails annually.
After a person is arrested in Guilford County, they are taken to one of the jails or the arresting agency’s station. It may take some hours for charges to be filed and for a magistrate to set bail. The defendant can be freed soon after bail is posted.
Bail requirements are often in the thousands of dollars, tens of thousands, and more. Most defendants and their families lack the resources to pay the full bail. A bail bond from DJ’s Bail Bonds drastically reduces the amount a defendant must pay to get out of jail, and payment plans are available.
DJ’s Bail Bonds is open 24/7/365 to help our Guilford County clients get out of custody. We understand that every minute in custody is a minute too long. DJ’s Wake County office also covers all of Guilford County. For immediate bail bond service, call 704-658 BAIL (2245).
Greensboro Detention Center
201 S. Edgeworth St.
Greensboro, NC 27401
High Point Detention Center
507 E. Green Dr.
High Point, NC 27260
Guilford County Sheriff’s Prison Farm
7315 Howerton Rd.
Elon, NC 27244
Whichever facility you or your loved one are held in, DJ’s Bail Bonds facilitates release as soon as you get into contact with one of our Guilford County bail bondsmen. Bail bonds cost 15 percent of the bail amount. For most Guilford county defendants, this is an essential reduction in the cost of pretrial release.
For example, a $10,000 bail is reduced a much more realistic $1,500. While many defendants and their friends and families can manage $1,500, a $10,000 requirement would keep many defendants behind bars, even if they are ultimately acquitted or receive a sentence with no jail time. For immediate bail bonding, call 704-658 BAIL (2245).
Payment plans allow the bail bond fee to be paid in comfortable increments. Though the bail bond fee greatly reduces the bail amount, it can still be a lot to come up with at once. The defendant or a cosigner can set up a payment plan. Once the defendant signs the agreement to attend court dates, he or she is freed. For more information on payment plans, call 704-658 BAIL (2245).
DJ’s handles many types of bail bonds, including these common ones:
Felony Bail Bonds
DWI Bail Bonds
Drug Possession Bail Bonds
Gun Possession Bail Bonds
Disorderly Conduct Bail Bonds
Domestic Violence/Restraining Order Bail Bonds
Most people held in pretrial detention are charged with serious felonies. Call DJ’s if you need to arrange a bail bond for high felony bail.
North Carolina law mandates incarceration for some DWI offenses.
When trafficking is alleged, bail can be set very high.
Law enforcement takes illegal firearms in vehicles especially seriously.
Most people charged with disorderly conduct just want to get home as soon as possible. Contact DJ’s.
Courts frequently require defendants to remain away from alleged victims, even if they reside at the same address. As a result, defendants may be prohibited from returning home as a condition of remaining out of jail.
Facing criminal charges is a serious matter. Despite the implications of the charges, the most important thing after an arrest is arranging for pretrial release. There is no reason to serve time when you haven’t been convicted. For immediate bail bonding service, call DJ’s Bail Bonds at 704-658 BAIL (2245).