If you are arrested in Albemarle, NC, the surrounding area, or anywhere in Stanly County, NC, you will find yourself booked into the Stanly County Jail, located at 126 S. Third St, Albemarle, NC. To avoid a stay in this facility, you’ll need to raise bail. For many detainees, the bail set by the court is thousands of dollars. Most people lack the funds to pay the bail price. That’s why bail bonds are so important.
Bail bonds reduce the cost of pretrial release to a level most people can afford. The price of a bail bond is 15 percent of the bail set by the magistrate. For example, if the magistrate holds a detainee on a $5,000 bail, that detainee would need $750 for a bail bond.
In many cases, the bail bond may also be too expensive for defendants and their families to pay at one time. When bail amounts are set in the tens of thousands of dollars and more, this if often the case. For that reason, DJ’s Bail Bonds offers payment plans. For immediate bail bond service, contact DJ’s Bail Bonds at 704-658 BAIL (2245).
When high bail has been set, the amount for a bail bond can seem overwhelming. That’s why we make payment plans available to our customers. The defendant can set up a payment plan. Alternatively, if the defendant can’t afford a payment plan, a cosigner can set up a payment plan on his or her behalf. Once the defendant signs a promise-to-appear notice, he or she is freed from the Stanly County Jail. To discuss payment-plan options with a bondsman, call DJ’s Bail Bonds at 704-658 BAIL (2245).
DJ’s Bail Bonds handles all types of bail bonds for Stanly County, NC. Bondsmen from our Wake County branch handle bail bonds for all law enforcement agencies in Stanly County, NC. For immediate assistance, call 704-658 BAIL (2245).
Some typical types of bail bonds include 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 often require high bail for felonies. Their decisions are based partly on the class of felony, the circumstances of the alleged offense, and the age and record of the accused. For immediate help with high-dollar felony bail bonds, contact DJ’s Bail Bonds.
Driving while intoxicated lands many people in the Stanly County Jail. In non-felony cases, bail is generally lower.
DJ’s Bail Bonds assists clients who are accused of having illegal drugs for personal use. We also provide bail bonding for those accused of intent to deliver and drug trafficking.
North Carolina has stiff penalties for illegal firearms possession. The bail is often very high in cases where defendants are also accused of other crimes. People with felony convictions or who are found with an illegal gun in their vehicle also frequently receive high bail.
These bail bonds range from the misdemeanor level to more serious charges.
Under North Carolina law, domestic violence detainees can be held for up to 48 hours before bail is allowed. Amounts are variable, depending on the severity of the alleged offense and the defendant’s record. Once free on bail, defendants may be prohibited from returning home. This occurs when the alleged victim also lives there. Failure to comply leads to a return to the Stanly County Jail.
When you face arrest on serious charges, you have enough to worry about. Getting a bail bond for pretrial release shouldn’t be another obstacle. To get you or a loved one out of custody in Stanley County fast, call DJ’s Bail Bonds at 704-658 BAIL (2245).