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Why Choose Didn’t Do It BailBonds?
Our company Is Rated The #1 Fastest Carefree Bail Out of Jail and Most Trusted Bail Service Provider in Arizona for a reason!
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Other bail-bond companies may promise “Cheap Bail Bonds” or bonds lower than the 10% mandatory State minimum premium as required by law just to trick and deceive you in to using their service but no other company offers a flat cash outlay of ONLY 10%.
You can call one of our Bondsman anytime 24 hours a day 7 days a week for free bail information. Remember, We have the FASTEST Bail Out of Jail Time in Arizona and we are a one stop shop that will take you through the entire bail process step-by-step.
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Jail Inmates can also be looked up online by visiting the MCSO Inmate Lookup page online.
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Why You Should Call Us:
- Easy & Pleasant To Deal With.
* If You Have Called A Few Bondsman You Understand Why This Is Important!
* We Treat You “Like You Didn’t Do It”.
- Gps Programs.
* We Are Able To Qualify More People For GPS Bracelets Which Saves You Up To 90% Of Collateral Cost.
* Example – A Typical $5,000.00 Bond Would Equal $4500.00 In Savings.
- Premium And Fees Financing.
* Zero Financing Fees
* Bond Now Pay Later – We can work with almost any budget to get your loved one out now!
Bail Bonds…A Small Price To Pay For Freedom
You’ve just been arrested, and judging by the crime, you could be facing a lot of time behind bars. As the stresses continue to compound, the last thing you want is to spend the period running up to judgment in custody. So through your legal representative you make strenuous efforts to secure your release on bail, but sadly, you can’t afford to post it. Well, the good news is that there are agents known as bail bondsmen whose business is to post bail for people like you who can’t afford to pay. Carefree bail bonds handled by Didn’t Do It Bail Bonds is one such company. Before immersing you in our sales pitch, we feel it fair to let you in the research and fully understand the bail bonding process.
It is understandable to confuse the bail process and the function of bail bonds, for there is a big difference. Bail is whereby an accused who is in custody applies to court to be released pending the outcome of his/her case. It is a procedural safeguard meant to protect the fundamental rights of accused persons in conformity with the presumption of innocence. If bail is granted, you must either pay a specific amount or furnish some kind of security as a guarantee of payment. On the other hand, a bail bond is a ‘bail out’ facility that is made available to people who cannot afford to pay or furnish security. The person who then stands as surety for your release is referred to as a bail bondsman.
The services of a bail bondsman are certainly not for free. Most agents charge their clients between 10%-13% of the bail as a fee for paying bail. Bail is not automatically credited to the state treasury. Regardless of whether the prosecution secures a guilty verdict, bail should never be credited to the state treasury. What happens is that if you comply with all the conditions of your bail release the bail is supposed to be returned to you. In this particular case it is the bail bondsman who is reimbursed, so in reality, it’s fair game. However, if you fail to appear for trial and it is your fault, bail will be forfeited to the state.
Posting Bail Is Only Just The Beginning For Your Bail Bondsman
A court has the discretion to make the release of an accused on bail subject to certain conditions. With bail come certain conditions which must be adhered to strictly. It can either be that you can’t leave the state -or with steeper criminal transgressions, house arrest-, or that you need to report to a police station once a week. Other noteworthy conditions are:
*restrictions with regard to making contact with certain persons -generally witnesses-
*being forbidden to go to certain places;
*handing over travel documents, i.e passport;
*anything else that ensures that the interests of justice are not frustrated by the release of a person on bail.
However, like i said, posting bail is only just the beginning. Failure to respect and adhere to the conditions of bail has obvious consequences. If you fail to furnish bona fide reasons for absconding trial, a court can cancel the bail and deem the bail money forfeited to the state. Not only does this affect your case, but it also places a bail bond agency in a precarious financial position. In most cases civil claims for damages are eventually instituted, with the result that bonded homes can be foreclosed, leaving you homeless. So this definitely is not something to take for granted.
Regulation Of Bail Bond Companies
Without regulation it would be almost impossible to find a reliable bail bondsman. I wouldn’t frown on you for being skeptical, no one can be trusted to be honest these days. The very people who claim to be able to dig you out of trouble are the very same people who will stab you in the back. Industry regulation is primarily the prerogative of the state department dealing with insurance regulatory services, like i said, it is insurance companies that underwrite bail bonds. Bail bonds are regulated by insurance law, and as such, they too must comply with the law. Complaints from consumers, courts or law enforcement are directed to this division and orders are made where applicable. Complaints that are usually encountered in practice relate to:
- bail cancellations;
- bail forfeiture violations;
- failure to return security furnished assets, or title deeds.
- inadequate documentation.
Complaints are the investigated, and where disciplinary action is sanctioned, enforcement of orders of forthwith. Disciplinary action normally takes the form of suspension or revocation of bonding licenses. Therefore, it is important to ensure that your chosen agency is still licensed to operate. These are some of the checks you need to balance out the rather uneven playing field.
How Do You Find The Right Bail Bonds Service?
If you are looking for the best bail bond agent then insist on getting ‘security clearance’ first. Red flags are always there but it takes a little detective work on your part. Ask for licensing, compare their rates with those approved by your state state insurance department, and make sure you have all the signed copies of the agreement.
Where “X” Marks The Spot
Why waste time and money browsing the internet and making calls when all the useful information you need is right under your nose. That’s right, at prison. Ask police officers, judges, keep in touch with fellow inmates, the information to be had is practically priceless. The most reliable source, however, is court officials. They deal with these sort of issues on a daily basis and are bound to know a thing or two.
Final Thoughts On Finding A Reliable Bail Bondsman
The opportunity of securing a release on bail despite being unable to post bail should be used wisely. This means abiding by the conditions set and ensuring that you commit yourself to your end of the contractual bail bond obligations. Failure to do so can have far reaching consequences for all the parties concerned, including you. At the same time, be wary, as unscrupulous bond agencies exist. Do your background checks on agencies to steer clear of agreements that reek of fraud.
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