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Bail Bonds Services for Neptune Township and Neptune City, NJ

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(732) 984-4101

The Best Bail Bonds in Neptune City, Neptune Township, and all of Monmouth County, New Jersey

Entering Neptune NJ sign. Neptune City and Neptune Township are small, attractive towns on the scenic New Jersey shore. Full of friendly people, hotels, restaurants, and activities, Neptune is a good place to relax – unless you’ve been arrested.

Sometimes good times can get out of hand, and that means you or a friend or loved one could end up behind bars.

Whether it’s a DUI, trespassing, disturbing the peace, aggravated assault, or more mundane charges like failure to pay child support or failure to appear in court, the simple fact is that sometimes people make mistakes or end up in the wrong place at the wrong time.

At Chance BailBonds, we believe that it’s out job to treat you with the dignity you deserve, not like a criminal or an accomplice. Judgement is for the court. Our only job is to get you or your loved one out of jail as quickly and easily as possible, and that’s exactly what we’ll do.

Frequently Asked Bail Questions

What is the bail process?

In a nutshell, when someone is arrested and charges filed, they must wait to see a judge. They must wait in jail, unless bond is paid to the court. The amount of bond is set by the court, and depends on factors The cuffed hand of someone who's been arrested. like the severity of the crime and the flight risk of the accused. If bond is paid, the accused can await trial outside; bond is returned when they make it to court at their appointed time. If they miss or skip their court date, bond is forfeited.

Often the full amount of bond is too much for a person or their family to pay on their own. That’s where bail bondsmen come into play. In exchange for a fee, they put up the full amount of bond on behalf of their client. For more information check out our articles here and here.

How long will someone stay in jail if bail isn’t payed?

That depends on a number of factors, including the crime of which they’ve been accused, how busy the courts, are, and more. It can be anywhere from 24 hours to days, weeks, or even months. That’s why it’s best to get bond paid as quickly as possible.

How much does bail cost?

That depends on the amount of bond set by the court. Usually the fee is 10% of the full amount.

Do you offer payment plans?

We accept cash and all major credit cards. However, if bail is too much for you to cover up front, we are willing to discuss alternatives, including possible payment plans and collateral. If this is the case, it’s best to call us and talk to someone in person about your options.

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(732) 984-4101