Have you or a loved one been arrested in Hoke County, NC? If so, being booked into the Hoke County Detention Center & Sheriff’s Jail will occur very quickly unless you make bail. The detention center is a difficult and isolating place. It is located at 119 E. Edinborough Ave. in Raeford, NC. Inmates have few rights and stand to lose everything they have on the outside.
People held at the pretrial stage of a case have not been convicted. Our constitution affords them the right to a fair trial. While awaiting trial, the constitution also affords them the right to bail. No one should suffer the punishment of incarceration if they have not been convicted of a crime.
At DJ’s Bail Bonds, our bondsmen understand the importance of getting out of the Hoke County Detention Center & Sheriff’s Jail. That’s why we staff our offices 24/7/365. A bondsman is available by phone days, nights, weekends, or holidays. Our Wake County branch handles bail bonding for all Hoke County law enforcement agencies and the detention center. For immediate bail bonding service, call 704-658 BAIL (2245).
When bail is set in the thousands of dollars, it is prohibitive to most defendants and their families. Many felony cases require bail in the tens of thousands of dollars and up. Virtually no one can afford that.
Bail bonds solve this problem. With a bail bond, the defendant or someone on the defendant’s behalf pays 15 percent of the bail amount. That’s it. There is never more to pay, provided the defendant complies with bail terms and goes to court. The bail bonding company pays the full amount of the bail to the court, so the defendant doesn’t have to come up with such a large sum.
In addition to making bail affordable, bail bonds also help defendants conserve money for their legal expenses. Bail bonds also often eliminate the need for defendants or their families to sell assets to raise bail or to use valuable property, like their homes and cars, as bail collateral. The bail bond system helps equalize the bail process for middle income and poor defendants.
When bail is high, the bail bond fee may also be too much. For these cases, DJ’s Bail Bonds offers payment plans. A defendant or cosigner may set up a payment plan. Once the payment plan is created, the defendant needs to sign a promise to appear notice and is then freed.
DJ’s Bail Bonds provides 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
Magistrates base felony bail amounts on the severity of the charges, the criminal history of the defendant, and the age of the defendant, plus other factors that indicate the defendant’s suitability for pretrial release.
These are usually lower for first-time offenders. When aggravating factors are involved, the court may require a high bail.
Drug charges are classified according to a narcotics schedule and the quantity of the drug seized.
People who use an illegal firearm in a crime face very high bail. In other cases, bail may vary with the circumstances.
Disorderly conduct bail bonds are less expensive when they are misdemeanors.
The court may hold the defendant for up to 48 hours before granting bail. Once released, courts often prohibit defendants from returning home because the alleged victim also resides there. Failure to abide by this bail condition results in a revocation of bail.
No one wants to languish the Hoke County Detention Center and Sheriff’s Jail while awaiting trial. When the bail is high, a bail bond provides the path to freedom. For immediate bail bonding service 24/7/365, contact DJ’s Bail Bonds at 704-658 BAIL (2245).