Didn’t Do It Bail Bonds is a specialist in bail bond posting. This includes providing bank deposit service and convenient credit card services to our clients. This is especially useful if you are out of state. We can post any type Arizona bail bond: Cash Bonds and Surety Bonds as well as Deposit Bonds.
Give us a call to discuss your situation and help you decide the best way forward. Depending on which payment option you select, we might ask that you pay a small portion of the bail and then place collateral, such as your house, your car, or your jewelry, to cover the remainder. After you've been charged, you will receive your collateral back.
Bail bond companies can charge a substantial amount of money. Therefore, defendants must provide collateral (house and firearms or other) before bonding is issued. If the defendant meets all financial obligations and other court requirements, then the collateral will be returned back to the person who pledged. The service charge will be deducted from the bail bond company's percentage.
Bail bonds are an agreement whereby a bail bond agency assumes responsibility for the entire bail amount of a defendant. A bail agent, also known as a "bondsman", will charge the defendant an amount equal to the bail amount and issue the bail bond to him.
We understand the stress and fear associated with facing criminal charges. Our team is available to assist you so your family member or friend doesn't spend more time in jail. Our knowledge of the sector means we can answer your questions to your satisfaction, provide valuable advice, and alleviate you from all of your worries. We will be your bail bonds professional, as well as your moral and emotional support during this difficult and stressful time.
Didn't do it Bail Bonds provides a range of services to make your life easier. Our motto is "Bail Now, Pay Later". We are committed to the satisfaction of each client and hope to earn your confidence with our reliable service.
Bail, which is also known as bail, is the payment of money by an alleged suspect to release them from jail. A bail amount is often set by the court. It is often too high for defendants or their families to pay. This is where bail bonds can be of assistance.