Can You Bail Yourself Out of jail?

Can You Bail Yourself Out of jail

There is a common misconception that anyone can bail themselves out of jail without even the slightest setback, hurdle, or other complication. Though it is possible to bail yourself out of jail in some situations, there may be some hurdles preventing you from doing so. Let’s take a look at what is involved with bailing yourself out of jail and why most people end up relying on A Way Out Bail Bonds for assistance. 

The Bail Bond Process

 If this is your first time in jail or the first time your family member has been thrown in jail, and you do not understand the bail bond process, don’t panic. A Way Out Bail Bonds is here to help. If you or your loved one can cover the amount of bail, bond will be posted, and you will be returned to society until your next scheduled court appearance. The specific amount of your bond is determined during your first court appearance referred to as the arraignment.

Now that the bond is set, the amount can be paid by the defendant, a family member, or a friend. However, bond amounts tend to be fairly high, so there is a good chance the defendant will not have the full amount of money necessary to get out of jail. This is where A Way Out Bail Bonds provides support. We will cover the full cost of your bail to ensure you are released back into society. We make money by collecting a small amount of the bail from each client. However, it is up to you to follow through on your promise to return to court as scheduled after we bail you out of jail. If you were to fail to appear in court on the scheduled date, you would lose your freedom, as well as your money or collateral.

What If the Defendant Has Enough Money to Cover the Full Cost of Bail?

In some situations, the defendant is wealthy or has a wealthy relative or friend who can cover the entire cost of bail after the initial arrest and arraignment. In such a situation, the defendant can bail him or herself out of jail and be the lone cosigner. However, this is an all-cash bail, meaning the entire amount has to be available on hand in cash when the arrest is made in order for the defendant to be released. The typical bail amount is set quite high by judges, especially when the crime is serious. This is precisely why most defendants cannot cover the entire amount of the bail on their own without the assistance of A Way Out Bail Bonds.

You Need a Bondsman to Preserve Your Freedom

Instead of counting every last penny you have and relying on family members or friends to drain their bank savings accounts to cover the full cost of your bail, it is better to hire A Way Out Bail Bonds. We will cover the cost of your bail and accept a small fee to help you get out of jail. This way, you do not run the risk of losing all or some of your money to the court. The bottom line is that leaning on A Way Out Bail Bonds is the quickest and most efficient solution to being jailed. Lean on our team for assistance, and you won’t have to sit in jail all the way up to your court date. Keep in mind, it might be several days or even weeks until you are to appear in court.

When reaching out to A Way Out Bail Bonds to obtain the release of yourself, your loved one, or your friend, be sure to have some basic information on hand. It will help if you provide the full name and date of birth of the defendant, the location of the jail where he or she is being held, the charges, the booking number, and the amount of the bond.

Contact A Way Out Bail Bonds

If you end up in jail, do not assume you will be able to bail yourself out. Instead, lean on A Way Out Bail Bonds to get you out of jail and restore your freedom. Contact us at (817) 261-2828 to expedite your release from jail.

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