A surprising number of clients we deal with understand that a bail bond helps them get out of jail, which it does, but they also seem to think that the bail bond also means that they are on probation or parole. That’s not the case at all.
Probation and parole are connected to your sentence. They only come into play after you’ve been convicted of a crime. The bail bond that we provide you isn’t connected to probation or parole. Its sole purpose is to provide you with the means to live life outside of jail while you are waiting for the court to handle your case.
If the judge decides to attach probation to your sentence, we will receive a check from the courthouse and your contact with us will have run its course. The only way we’ll connect with you again is if you still owe on the 10% fee we charge or if you’re arrested on different charges.
The only time a bail bond and probation will be even closely linked is if you are arrested for violating probation. In this case, you face an entirely separate charge from the one linked to the crime that led to you being placed on probation.
If you need a bail bond either for yourself or for a loved one, there are several reasons why you should turn to us, including:
When you contact us about our bail bonds program, you’re treated to a free consultation with one of our highly skilled bail bonds experts. Not only will they explain how a bail bond works, but they will also go over every single aspect of the contract and explain the different payment plans we provide our clients. Most importantly, every single one of your questions will be answered during the consultation.
Don’t worry about trying to contact us during traditional business hours. We understand that you can’t control what time you get arrested or just when the police will finally stop questioning you and let you address your bail options which is why we’re available 24/7. It doesn’t matter if it’s the middle of the night, the middle of the day, or the middle of a Federal holiday, we’re here and ready to post a bail bond for you!
Feel free to contact us by calling (323)261-2611.