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CALL: (804) 672-2245
8404 Franconia Rd
Richmond, VA 23277
 

Frequently Asked Questions

Bail bonds can be confusing if you've never dealt with them before, that is why ACME Bail Bonding in Richmond, Virginia, is here to help you find answers to your questions. Contact us at (804) 672-2245 for free advice and bail bond information from our experts. We are one of the most trusted bonding companies in the metro Henrico area.

How Do Bail Bond Services Work?
A bail bond is a contract by a state licensed bail bondsman. The bail agent guarantees to the court payment of the full amount of the bond if the defendant fails to appear for their scheduled court appearances. The co-signer of the contract guarantees to pay the full amount of the bail if the defendant fails to make scheduled court appearances.

In order to approve a bail bond, information must be collected by the bail agent through an interview. Some bail bonds require collateral in order to secure the full amount of the bond. Generally, a friend, relative, or defendant will contact a bail bonds agency by the phone. During the initial phone consultation, most companies will collect basic information about your situation in order to determine the risk involved in the bond and begin the approval process.

If the customer chooses to purchase a bail bond, the customer will need to sign basic bail bond documents including an application, indemnity agreement, and receipt. After the paperwork is finalized, the bail bond is posted at the appropriate detention facility, which will result in the release of the defendant.

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What Is the Cost of a Bail Bond?
The cost of a bail bond is 10% of the bail. We provide several flexible payment options for bail bonds. You may pay our agency using cash or credit card. We can also provide easy, no-cost, flexible financing for qualified customers.

What Happens if a Defendant Is Not Bailed Out?
If the defendant is not bailed out, he or she will remain in custody until the matter has been resolved in court. The benefit of arranging a bail bond is that the defendant will have more time to obtain legal services and present the case in a complete manner. Additionally, the defendant can get their affairs in order in the event jail time will be required.

How Long Does the Bail Bond Process Take?
From start to finish, most bail bonds are completed in 1-2 hours.

Who Uses Our Services?
ACME Bail Bonding has a variety of different services designed to help defendants, as well as attorneys and drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers. If you have any concerns, issues, or questions please contact us right away for a helpful and informative response.

 Contact ACME Bail Bonding in Richmond, Virginia, for more information about bail bonds and our services.