If you get that dreaded call in the middle of the day or night asking to bail a loved one out from jail, you need to be prepared. At Detroit Bail Bond Pros, we aim to provide you with the best when it comes to bail bond services. We will help you to get your loved one out of the Romulus City jail in the shortest time possible. This is because we recognize how important it is to you that your friend or relative not spend another moment in jail.

 

Cash Payment

One of the most common methods of bail payment is in cash. This is the best method especially if you have the cash at hand. It makes the process faster and does not cost a penny if the defendant adheres to the terms of his or her release. The reality is that most people do not have this money in the first place. Their options are therefore limited since they still want to get the loved one out of jail. There are other payment options that cater to this. One of these is the surety bond which requires the use of valuables in place of cash to secure someone’s release. There is also another option of a property bond. The problem with this is that the court has a lien in place once you bring the title deed. If the defendant flees, you would not be able to save your property since the process of selling the property to recoup the bail amount may have already started.

 

Getting a Bail Bondsman

Another option in Romulus City is to get in touch with a bail bondsman. These are agents who are allowed by the law to post bail on your behalf. All you have to do is pay a premium, which is a certain percentage of the total bail amount. The bail bondsman will then put up the full amount of bail.  You will need collateral in order to assure the bail bondsman that you will pay the full amount if the defendant does not adhere to the conditions of their release.

We require a premium equivalent to 10% of the full bail amount at Detroit Bail Bond Pros. This is the amount that is stipulated in Romulus City and is therefore the cheapest that you can find.

 

Charges and Money Refunded

One of the most important questions when posting bail is whether or not your money is going to be refunded after the trial. This condition is determined by the defendant’s behavior. If they comply with everything, that is, do not try to flee or travel out of the state or country as stipulated in some bail hearings, you will get your full amount if you paid in cash. This holds regardless of whether the defendant is found guilty or not. However, you would not get the premium paid to a bail bondsman since this is considered a fee paid for the services rendered.