You might have broken the law and found yourself behind bars. That does not mean, however, that you cannot use legal means to secure your own release from jail.
When your own bank account is short of the funds needed to post bail, you might want to borrow it from someone who has the cash on hand. You can have the bail posted by doing business with a payday loan company, short term lender, or Wyoming County bail bonds agent who can post the bail for you legally and quickly.
Quick Response to Your Call
Most bail bonds agents in the U.S. are on call 24 hours a day. They always have their cell phones with them so they can answer clients’ calls for help.
Even if you have been arrested at 4:00 in the morning, you can still make a phone call to have the bail bond agent come to the courthouse and post your bond for you. The agent is used to the local area and has worked with the local court system in the past. He or she knows where to go and to what individuals to speak in order to secure your release.
After you get out of jail, you will need to review the terms of the contract that you probably already signed. If you have questions, you are encouraged to ask the bail bond agent before you go home.
One of the primary requirements of your contract involves showing up to all of your court dates even if you are sick. You cannot miss a court date if you want to avoid being arrested again. Missing a court date or leaving town is called jumping bail, which is punishable by more jail time. You also will not be allowed to bail out of jail again in the future.
When you are in jail, your first and only thought might involve getting out of jail as quickly as possible. You can use the legal means of posting bail from a bond agent by making a phone call after your arrest, booking, and arraignment.