Purchasing bail bonds can seem like an incredibly tricky thing, especially if you have never been in a situation where you’ve had to speak with a bail bond agent. Whether you’re speaking to a bondsman on behalf of a friend or loved one who has landed him or herself in jail or you’re trying to facilitate your own release, dealing with a situation this stressful is something no one really wants to do. Add in the unfamiliarity of it all and it can seem like an ordeal you’d rather not deal with.

Luckily for you, the team at Wanna Get Out Bail Bonds in Oahu is here to help. No matter what situation you find yourself in, you can rest assured that you have a trusted friend on your side who can help to answer some of the difficult questions. That’s why in today’s blog, we wanted to answer a few of the questions that we get the most often in our office. At the end of the day, if we can help people in their time of need, we know that we’re doing our jobs right.

So without further ado, let’s take a look at a few of the most commonly asked questions we get.

What Is Bail?

To put it simply, when a person gets arrested, a judge will determine whether or not that person is eligible for bail. If he or she is eligible, the judge sets a bail amount. The person who was arrested can then opt to pay the bail amount and get out of jail. The benefit of doing this, of course, is that the person in question can then go back to his or her job and continue on with life until it’s time for their trial.

Rather than sit in jail and await trial, paying the bail amount allows the person to handle their daily tasks as they normally would. After all, being in jail until the trial comes could cost a person his or her job and force them to miss making payments on their bills. One thing is for certain–it’s not a pleasant situation to be in.

So How Does a Bail Bond Work Then?

Bail bonds come into the picture when a person cannot afford to pay for his or her bail amount. For example, the judge might set bail at $2,000 for a misdemeanor. You, however, don’t have that amount of money. In that case, you can call a bail bond company who will then pay the full amount, allowing you to go free.

At Wanna Get Out Bail Bonds, we’re proud to say that we offer free bond advice to anyone who calls us. We know that you might be in an entirely unfamiliar situation and we want you to know that you can count on us to get the timely, friendly advice you need to get through a tough time and onto whatever’s next.

In other words, we’re here to help and we pride ourselves on our attention to detail and friendly attitude throughout the entire process. We’re also glad to offer up to a 20% discount on bonds that are paid in full with no collateral needed on most of our bonds. We also offer zero interest and a flexible payment plan, meaning that when you need help, we’re here to offer just that. There are no gimmicks involved in what we do and what we want you to know is that first and foremost, we’re here to help you. We’re pretty fond of saying that we like to treat our customers like family, so when you call us and you’re in need of a helping hand, we’ll be quick to offer it in whatever way we can. It’s as simple as that.

Have Another Question?

We know that even with this short explanation that it can still be a challenge to understand how bail bonds work and what you should do in your particular situation. Fortunately for you, our team is always available to answer any questions you may have about the process.

At Wanna Get Out Bail Bonds, we also know that situations can occur at any time of the day or night and that’s why we offer 24-hour bail bonds. An emergency demands our timely attention, so whether you or a loved one were arrested at 2 p.m. or 2 a.m., you can count on us to pick up the phone and provide you with the help you need. Our goal is to be there for our clients whenever they need help the most.

We offer complete and total discretion and 24-hour a day, 7 days a week service, so call us at anytime or feel free to reach out to us online because we’d be glad to help. No matter the situation, we’re here to help.