We all make mistakes in life. We also all have experiences of seeing a loved one have a lapse of judgement, which costs him or her dearly. When that happens to someone we love, it makes us want to do whatever we can to help him or her pick the pieces up and be in a position for success.
This is especially true when a loved one is placed jail. If you have the chance to help ensure your loved one doesn’t toil away in jail, you’ll do whatever you can. If your loved one is granted bail, here are some of the many reasons why you should consider working with a bail bondsman.
Working With a Bail Bondsman Is Best For Your Finances
For most working people, it’s hard to imagine having anywhere from a $1,000 to $50,000 (or more) just lying around to be used to post bail for a loved one. After all, the government holds on to that money for an indefinite period of time, and you only get it back if all court dates are attended to. For some people, it means selling of important assets such as their properties or vehicles, or taking out a second mortgage or piling up more debt via a loan just to grant their loved one a semblance of freedom. Conversely, when you work with a bail bondsman, you just have to pay a premium, typically around 10% of the total bond. It’s just a one time fee; after payment, all you have to worry about is making sure your loved one shows up to his or her court dates and starts picking up the pieces from their ordeal.
A Bail Bondsman Has Knowledge of the Inner Workings
The processes at every jail is different, and when dealing with the system, it’s prudent to have an expert on your side who knows the ins and outs of the how things work and can help you meander through the paperwork and practices to get your loved one out at as soon as possible. For example, here at Best Bail Bonds of Central NY, we know how to work with the different jails throughout the area, including the ones in Watertown, Utica, Auburn, Oswego and Cortland.
A Bail Bondsman Provides Confidentiality
Perhaps you know someone in the system and you don’t want him or her to see you having to post bail for a loved one; by going through a bail bondsman, you need not worry, as the processing will be taken care of in a fully confidential manner.
If a loved one of yours needs a bail bondsman in Central New York, including in Onondaga, Oswego, Cayuga, Jefferson, Cortland, Madison, Oneida, Seneca, St. Lawrence and Chenango Counites, we are here to help. For more information, contact us today.