Frequently Asked Questions

What is a bail bond?
A bail bond is a financial guarantee to the court that the defendant will appear for each and every court appearance as directed by the court. If the defendant fails to comply with the conditions of the court, then a warrant for his or her arrest will be issued by the court.


Where & when can a bail bond be posted?

A bail bond can be posted at most courts and jails 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 of the year.


How can I get a bail bond?

You can get a bail bond by calling All Better Bail Bonds at 877-720-6265. One of our licensed bail agents will confidentially discuss your individual situation and assist with all of your bail bond needs.

 

What hours do you operate?
Because people are arrested both day and night, our agency is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Please feel free to call All Better Bail Bonds anytime. The jails operate 24 hours a day and bail is set 24 hours a day.


How much does a bail bond cost?

The amount will depend on the factors of your case. The fees are established by surety companies and regulated by the Department of Insurance. Please call All Better Bail Bonds to discuss your individual needs.

 

What will I need in order to secure a bail bond?
In addition to the required bail bond premium, you will need to bring proper identification, and complete a simple application that usually takes no more than 10 minutes.


Is the bail bond premium refundable?

Once a bail bond is posted and accepted by the court or jail, All Better Bail Bonds is responsible for the liability of the bond.  At that point the bail bond premium is fully earned and is not refundable.

 

How long is a bail bond good for?
The bail bond is valid until the court case is adjudicated. The bail bond will remain valid if all conditions of release are met.

 

Who is liable for the bail bond?
The indemnitor (co-signer) is financially liable for the bail bond. The indemnitor’s liability is limited to the full face value of the bail bond and any expenses that arise due to a defendant failing to appear for a court date.