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New Egypt, NJ Bail Bonds

Call for fast bail bonds service now: (877) 647-5731

Why You Need a Bail Bonds Service

The criminal justice system in America can be confusing, and very often scary. The system is at best indifferent, and getting through it without someone who’s truly on your side is a trying experience. That’s where Chance BailBonds comes in – we’re the ones on your side.
The first, most important thing when you or someone you love gets arrested is clear: getting them out of jail. Jail is not a good place to be, New Egypt New Jersey Bail Bondsand the sooner you’re out the better. Unfortunately, that means putting up money that you might not have on hand at a moment’s notice. That’s why a good bail bonds service is so important. Chance BailBonds offers fair, affordable payment plans to make sure that no one is forced to stay in jail due to financial circumstances.
Just as importantly, we’re well acquainted with the bail bonds process, and know how to work within the system to get people out of jail as quickly and easily as possible. That’s our job, and we take it seriously.

If you’re in need of a bail bonds agent in New Egypt, NJ, don’t hesitate another second. Call Chance Bailbonds at (877) 647-5731, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
We provide bail bonds services for the following charges, and many others:

  • DUI
  • Back Child Support
  • Trespassing
  • Burglary
  • Aggravated Assault
  • Drug Crimes (Possession, Intent, etc.)
  • Domestic Violence
  • Weapons Violations
  • Failure to Appear in Court

 

Frequently Asked Questions

What do I need to tell the bail agent when I call?

Orange County New Jersey Bail Bonds

The Jail in Orange County

You need to tell us what jail the person is in, the full name and booking number of the person, and how much bail has been set at. If you don’t have all this information, don’t worry, just tell us as much as you know.

How do bail bonds work?

Bail is required to get people out of jail by the state as an insurance policy to help make sure that accused criminals appear in court. If bail is not paid, the defendant waits for their court date in jail. Bail paid to the state is returned when the defendant makes their appearance in court.

If a bail bondsman is used, they charge a fee in exchange for putting up the whole amount of bail. Click here to learn more about the bond process.

What happens if someone doesn’t show up in court?

If someone skips out on their court date, the court declared the amount paid for bail to be in default. Most states allow a grace period during which the defendant can be returned in exchange for releasing the bail around. It’s 75 days in New Jersey.

If you used a bail bonds service, that means they’re on the hook for the whole amount of bail, and will usually hire a bounty hunter to bring the person into custody. Furthermore, most bail bonds services require the person who hires them to sign a document agreeing to pay additional fees – in addition to the full amount of bail, if they have to forfeit it to the state. In short – if you don’t think someone’s going to go to court, don’t bail them out.

Do bail bondsmen need to be licensed?

Yes, if you want to become a bail bondsman, you need to be fully licensed by the state in which you operate. If a bail bonds service isn’t fully licensed, find another one that is. Chance BailBonds is 100% fully licensed by the state of New Jersey.

How much does it cost to bail someone out of jail?

This is different for every case, so we can’t really say without knowing the particulars. Typically it’s 10% of the amount bail is set at. It’s best to call us at (877) 647-5731 to talk to someone live.