Randolph County Bail Bonds

DJ’s Bail Bonds Randolph county 

When a person is arrested in Asheboro, NC, the Asheboro area, or anywhere else in Randolph County, NC, they are taken for pretrial detention at the Randolph County Jail, located at 790 New Century Drive, Asheboro, NC. A variety of law enforcement agencies utilize the Randolph County Jail, including the Randolph County Sheriff’s Department and local police departments countywide. The detainee may be held at a local police station for a short time before transfer to the Randolph County Jail.

Inmates at the Randolph County Jail have little opportunity to interact with the outside world. Other than short visits and often expensive phone calls, they are isolated. This makes it impossible to lead a normal life. In addition, if inmates don’t make bail, they often lose their jobs, homes, and relationships.

Making bail needs to be the first priority after being arrested. The sooner a detainee is released, the less damage is done to that person’s life. Even if bail is too high, pretrial release is possible through the use of a bail bond. A bail bond allows the defendant to be freed for a fraction of the bail amount. For immediate bail bond service, contact DJ’s Bail Bonds. DJ’s Wake County location handles bail bonds for all of Randolph County. Call 704-658 BAIL (2245).

How to Obtain a Bail Bond in Randolph County, NC

Your first step is to call 704-658 BAIL (2245). A DJ’s Bail Bonds’ bondsman is available 24/7/365. We understand the urgency and can facilitate release right away. Your bondsman will explain all of the details and help you through the process, so you don’t have to worry. This is what we do. Call 704-658 BAIL (2245).

How Much Does a Bail Bond Cost?

Bail bonds in North Carolina cost 15 percent of the total bail amount. Bail bonds make bail affordable for most defendants. Magistrates often set bail that is thousands of dollars, tens of thousands, and above. Few people can afford that. Without bail bonds, many people would be stuck in jail for months and years before having a trial.

Sometimes the bail bond fee is too high. When the court sets high bail, this is often the case. For example, if the bail is $100,000, the bail bond fee of $15,000 is still a great deal of money for most North Carolina families. Without the payment plan options offered by DJ’s Bail Bonds, many defendants and their families would still be unable to afford pretrial release.

DJ’s Bail Bonds provides payment plans in order to make pretrial freedom possible when bail amounts are high. A payment plan can be entered into by the defendant or a cosigner on behalf of the defendant. The defendant is required to sign a promise to appear in court agreement. Once the paperwork is complete, the defendant is released.

Bail Bond Types Provided by DJ’s

DJ’s Bail Bonds provides many types of bail bonds. Here is a list of some of the most frequent bail bond types:
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

Because prison time of over one year is at stake, courts require correspondingly high bail amounts.

DWI Bail Bonds

Barring other charges or injuries, these are usually much less than felony bail bonds.

Drug Possession Bail Bonds

These bonds can be for charges related to possession for personal use or intent to deliver. When drug trafficking is involved, the state can make bail very high.

Gun Possession Bail Bonds

These are expensive when accompanied by other charges.

Disorderly Conduct Bail Bonds

Bar fights, creating disturbances, and many other incidents can lead to this charge.

Domestic Violence/Restraining Order Bail Bonds

These bonds often carry conditions for release that require the defendant to stay away from the alleged victim. This applies even if the alleged victim and defendant reside together, which bars the defendant from returning home. Violation lands the defendant back in the Randolph County Jail.

Being arrested and incarcerated in the Randolph County Jail is no picnic. Getting out of the jail as fast as possible is essential. DJ’s Bail Bonds bondsmen are on duty 24/7/365 to get our clients back home fast. Call 704-658 BAIL (2245).