In the cases of minor offenses, it’s likely the bail will be relatively low. The lower the bail amount, the more you’re going to wonder if paying your own bail is an option.
The simple answer is yes, you are free to post your own bail. The problem is that while you’re legally allowed to post your own bail, actually doing so isn’t easy. The biggest challenge you’ll face is how you’re supposed to post your bail while you’re stuck in a jail cell. You’re not allowed to use a check to post bail and unless you had a pocketful of money on you when you were arrested, it’s unlikely that you have enough cash on hand to cover the bail amount. And you shouldn’t expect to be let out of jail long enough to run to the nearest ATM for cash.
The odds are good that even though you’ve decided to post your own bail, you’ll have to ask a friend or family member to put up the cash until you’re free and able to pay them back.
Or you could contact Barstow Bail Bonds.
Most people assume that a bail bond is only an option when bail is set at the high five figure, but that’s not the case. A bail bond is an option no matter how high or low a bail is set at. The great thing about working with us instead of trying to post bail yourself or asking a loved one to do it is that we have several decades worth of experience. We use this experience to quickly post the bail bond so that you’re released sooner rather than later. Another great thing you’ll enjoy when you contact us rather than a friend about posting your bail. You don’t have to worry about getting a lecture about being responsible. We understand that sometimes arrests happen, even to good people. When you contact us, we won’t judge you nor will we lecture you about being responsible. Our only interest is posting your bail and reuniting you with your family.
Barstow Bail Bonds has spent several years posting bail for people just like you. Over the years we’ve perfect our system so that it’s kind, understanding, and very quick. Reasons we’re the first bail bonds agencies people call after they’ve been arrested include:
• 20% Discount
• Phone/online approvals
• 0% Interest payment plans
• No hidden fees
• No collateral required for working signers