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What Is a Bail Bond?

Of the nearly 750,000 people in America’s jails at any given time, 89% of inmates awaiting trial can’t afford Bail.

If you’ve ever been arrested, chances are you’ve heard of Bail Bonds. After Law Enforcement Personnel have delivered you to jail for processing, you’ve had your mug shot taken, and you’ve been fingerprinted, it’s time to wait for your day in court. You will be held in jail until that court date arrives unless you have the means to be released on Bail. Depending on the price required to get you out of jail, you may require the services of a Bail Bond Agent. The Bail Bond Agent will make a financial arrangement with the court to post the necessary capital on your behalf, and allow for your release until your court date. The Bail Bondsman will require some form of collateral; i.e. cash or assets to ensure their investment in you is protected. A co-signer is often needed. This can be a friend, family member, co-worker, etc.

How Do Bail Bonds Work?

If a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth ten thousand. Watch this short video to better understand the Bail process:

How Bail Works (Courtesy of AboutBail.com) by www.WeBailBond.com

What Information Do You Need For Bail Bonds?

The more information, the better. It would be helpful to have the following items:

  1. The legal name of the defendant
  2. The defendant’s Date of Birth
  3. What charges does the defendant have
  4. Where is the defendant being held
  5. What is the defendant’s Case Number
  6. What is the Amount of the Bond

Why Do You Need A Bail Bondsman?

A Bail Bondsman can be an integral part of getting yourself or a loved one released from jail. They can also assist with the entire legal process. Primarily a Bail Bondsman can provide the necessary cash needed for the court system to release an accused.

Bail Bond Process

Where Does WeBailBond Provide Bail Bond Services?

We cover Saint Louis City Bail Bonds, Saint Louis County Bail Bonds, Saint Charles City Bail Bonds, Saint Charles County Bail Bonds, Warren County Bail Bonds, Lincoln County Bail Bonds, and O’Fallon Bail Bonds.