21 May How to Cover Your Bail
No one wants to spend any more time in a jail cell than absolutely necessary. The fastest way to get out of that cell is to come up with bail money as quickly as possible. The challenge many people face is how they’re supposed to get the money needed for bail.
When it comes to bail money, there are a few options.
Pay it Yourself
If you have the money, you are free to bail yourself out of jail. The good news is that once your case is closed, you’ll get the bail money back. The bad news is that it could take months to close your case which is a long time to be without the money. You don’t want to bail yourself out of jail only to find that you don’t have enough money left over to cover things like rent and groceries.
Get Help From a Friend
If you’re lucky, you’ll have a friend or family member who is willing to post your bail. This is a kind and generous act. The downside is that it could put your loved ones in a financial bind and cause stress that puts your relationship with them in danger.
Contact Hawaii Bail Bonds
Your third option is contacting Hawaii Bail Bonds. We have several years’ worth of experience helping people just like you. We have the experience and financial resources needed to cover your bail. All we need from you is 10% of whatever your bail is. We take care of the rest. It’s the best of all worlds. You don’t have to worry about jeopardizing the financial status of your friends/family/self, and you are still free to enjoy life while you wait for the courts to handle your case.
If you need help with bail, we strongly urge you to take advantage of our free consultation. You can do this by either calling the Hawaii Bail Bonds office or via virtual chat. Whichever method you choose, you’ll be put in touch with one of the experienced bail bond experts who will answer all of your questions and guide you through the process of filling out our bail bond contract.
When you contact Hawaii Bail Bonds, you’ll enjoy:
- 20% discounts for some applicants
- Easy, customized payment plans
- Zero down bail bond
- Zero-interest bail bond
- No collateral required for employed signers
You’re not likely to find another bail bonds company that is more willing to create a financial payment system that fits your unique needs and situation.