When it comes to bailing someone out of jail, there is a lot of mystery. At least, that is what most people assume. Most people don’t have to deal with bail on a day to day basis, so they don’t have a great understanding of how it works. One concern that people often has is how much time they have to post bail.
While everyone wants to get their loved one out of jail as quickly as possible, bail is very expensive. Combine that with how suddenly the need for bail can arise, and most people can’t afford to post bail right away. They need time to save up some money and want to know how much time they have to do that.
Luckily, this is a simple question to answer. You have up until the end of a person’s trial to post bail. Basically, as long as someone has been granted bail, they can be bailed out of jail until they are either found guilty or innocent. From that point on, they are either serving their sentence or have been released.
Of course, the sooner you bail someone out of jail, the less time they spend behind bars. On top of that, it can often be faster to bail someone out of jail when they are still being held at a smaller jail. Once they are transferred to a larger jail, posting bail takes more time since larger jails have more paperwork to process.
This is where Barstow Bail Bonds comes into help. We provide the following services for our clients:
• 20% Discount
• Phone approvals
• 0% Interest payment plans
• No hidden fees
• No collateral with working signer
• Se habla Español
Here Barstow Bail Bonds, we do everything that we can to make posting bail an affordable option for our clients. That is why our bail bonds only cost 10% of the full bail amount. In addition, we provide personalized payment plans for all of our clients and discounts for those who qualify. All of this applies no matter when you decide to post bail.