What to do when you need bail
If you or a loved one is facing the need for bail, you may wonder what to do. This situation can seem overwhelming and even scary. We are here to help you through the whole process at Ammediate Bail Bonds, so we have comprised four bail bond tips for you. Keep these tips in mind as you make bail in Brevard County.
1: Keep Calm
The first step is to stay calm. If you are the one facing charges, try to keep calm and listen closely to the instructions given to you by the authorities. Remaining calm can keep you out of further trouble.
If it is your loved one who has been arrested, remember to stay calm so you can help them. If you get yourself worked up, you will not be able to help them properly. By remaining calm you can help them post bail. Don’t forget, there are people here to help you through this time. You are not alone.
2: Get on the Phone
The best thing you can do to speed up the process of posting bail is to get on the phone as quickly as possible. Call a trusted bail bondsman at Ammediate Bail Bonds. Our number is (321) 631-BOND and we are available 24/7. Remember, nothing will get done until you pick up the phone and call us.
3: Post Bail
Now that you have the aid of a trusted bondsman on your side, you can post bail. This process will look differently depending on the charges and the amount of bail that needs to be posted. However, it is always a good idea to have the following on hand for this process:
- Defendant’s Name
- Their Date of Birth
- Name of Jail
- Date of Arrest
4: Show Up in Court
Finally, after you have posted bail be sure to record your court date somewhere and set up a reminder for yourself to go. Showing up to court is extremely important. This will save you and your bond agency a lot of trouble going forward.
Remember, Ammediate Bail Bonds is here to help you with all your bail needs in Brevard County. Call us anytime.