Bail out of jail quickly with our help
Offering dependable bail bonds for your friends and loved ones.
Fast and professional service.
When you are arrested, you want to spend as little time behind bars as possible. By calling a company with experience in bail bonding and professional bondsmen, you can ensure the quickest service.
How to Secure a Bail Bond
When discussing your bail bond, you will most likely have questions. You can depend on our knowledgeable staff to answer any and all questions regarding your bail. Whether you are concerned about posting bail or what happens after the bond is posted, we have answers.
We’ll need some information from you, such as, what is your relation to the person in jail, how long have you lived in your current place of residence, and how long have you been at your present job? This gives us a solid understanding of who you are as the potential signer for the jailed defendant. It’s quite simple.
Morey & Crow Bonding Co. will reunite you and your friend and loved one as quickly as we can. The process begins with an easy 15-minutes of paperwork.
FACT: Professional bondsmen guarantee to the court that the person will appear to face his/ or her charge.
The Basic Structure of a Bond
There are two parts to a bond. The fee, which is the fee charged to the customer and is based on the full amount of the bond. This can be paid with a credit card, check, cash or if necessary, we’ll help you set up a payment plan. The real issue in obtaining a bond is that you talk straight to the bondsman, be realistic about your ability to pay, and understand the need to get that person to court, because you are accepting the full financial responsibility for them should they forfeit. Remember, we are here to help you!
What Happens To The Person Who Was Just Arrested?
This question is frequently asked by those who are for the first time faced with helping a person get out of jail. First, the arrestee is taken to a holding facility and the person is ‘booked in’. This booking process involves fingerprinting, the so-called mug-shot, and a search to find if any outstanding warrants exist. The charges are confirmed, the bail amount is set. This process may take a few hours. If no outstanding warrants exist and this is not a capital crime (murder), the person is eligible for