Bail is intended to ensure that the defendant shows up for court. The constitution guarantees you the right to bail. It can be overwhelming and frightening. Just know that Cagle Bail Bonds is there to help guide you through the process.
If you have a friend or family member who has been arrested, or is already in jail, feel free to call our office for bond information. Once an inmate has completed the booking process, the appropriate fees and security can be determined afterwards.
Once a person is arrested, they are taken to the local jail for processing. The processing (booking) takes about 1-4 hours to complete. Once the booking process is complete the arrested person will have the option to stay in jail or bond out.
Once a defendant has been arrested the bailing out process may commence. When contacting a professional agent from "Cagle Bail Bonds", to make it time efficient, have the following information accessible:
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If you will not be able to provide us with this information we can still help you. Just Contact us to help your loved one get back home as soon as possible. We will provide you with a free quote for the BOND amount.
When a posted bond is agreed upon for a defendant we will go forth with filling out the forms. To better serve you we can make arraignments to meet in person at your convenience.
Once the completion of the forms and collecting of the premium is completed, we will post bond immediately. We have our Agents ready to work for you around the clock 24 hours a day 7 days a week. If premium can’t be paid fully we also offer payment plans just contact us to better assist you in this matter.
"Cagle Bail Bonds" has rapidly posted your bond, the defendant will be released within 4-12 hours depending on the process that occurs at the Correctional Facility and how they release their inmates.
Depending on the seriousness of the crime committed, it is possible to have your bail posted right after being booked. All misdemeanors have set bail amount where as in all cases that have a felony charge a judge must decide on the bail amount. All felony cases must go before a judge within the first 48 hours of being arrested.
The judge will use a number of things to determine how much bail is required - if it's even going to be permitted. Among the things the judge will consider are: whether there is a criminal record, has the defendant made proper court appearances, does the defendant have any ties to the community, is the suspect a danger to others and any additional concerns that may affect the defendant.
Sometimes, bail may be completely waived. Bailing someone out of jail is an easier process than you may think. Simply call one of our offices to discuss your needs Atlanta (404) 875-9856 or Alpharetta (770) 687-2556. Mind you, no bonding fees can be discussed until inmate booking is complete at the jail.