Bail Bondsman Stafford VA

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If you are arrested in Stafford VA, the authorities will not release you from custody unless they are confident that you will show up in court for all required hearings and your trial.That is why you might need a Bail Bondsman.

If you can show that you are not likely to run away and you have substantial ties to the community, the court may release you on your own recognizance. 

Defendants who are not released on their own recognizance will usually post some amount in bail. Bail is simply an amount of money that is deposited with the court to ensure that you show up for all court proceedings. You can post your bail in cash with the magistrate, and you will then be released from custody. However, if you fail to show up in court, you forfeit the money to the court. Sometimes due to the severity of the crime and the court's uncertainty about whether a defendant will show up for trial, a large bail will be set.

If the defendant does not have enough cash to post the entire bail, the court will accept a bail bond. When Bail Bonds VA posts a bond, it is a promise by our insurance company to pay the entire amount of the bail if a defendant does not show up for court proceedings. In Virginia, Bail Bond Companies are required to charge not less than 10% and not more than 15% of the bond.  For example, if the court requires $10,000 in bail, your cost is $1,000, to post the bond. Bail Bonds VA will also require a guarantor to sign for the bond as well. This person will guarantee to pay Bail Bonds VA $10,000 if the accused does not show up.

If the accused appears at trial, the court returns Bail Bonds VA bond, and the insurance company keeps the $1,000 for posting the bond.  However, if the accused flees, the insurance company loses the $10,000 it posted with the court and will require the guarantor to reimburse them for it. The company may also hire investigators to find the accused and bring him or her to court. If they are successful, the company's bond will be returned. If you have more questions call us at 540-720-0119


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Bail Bonds VA has earned the reputation as the premier bail bond company in Stafford County Virginia. Our home office is in Stafford County Virginia serving the Rappahannock Regional Jail and we have offices and agents that serve jails across the state. Prince William County at the Prince William Adult detention Center in Manassas, The Pamunkey Regional Jail in Hanover and the Central Virginia Regional Jail in Orange.

Our Northern Neck agents serve the Northern Neck Regional Jail in Warsaw and we have 24 hour service so you can call us any time day or night.

Richmond Jails are served by our location in Henrico posting bail at the Henrico County Jail, Richmond City Jail and Chesterfield County Jail. If you need service at the Riverside Regional Jail we have agents available 24 hours a day.

Fauquier County Jail in Warrenton Virginia, RSW Regional Jail, (in Front Royal), Culpeper County Jail and Central Virginia Regional Jail and Fairfax County Jail are all in our fast service area.  

Here Is How It Works 

Magistrates and Judges will grant bail for people locked up in Stafford, Fredericksburg, Orange, Prince William, Henrico, Pamunkey, Richmond, Northern Neck and most jails in Virginia. Bail Bonds VA will post the entire amount of the bond to get you out of jail, released on bail, as quickly as possible. Bail Bonds VA charges you just a fraction of the bond (10%) required by law so that you can get out of jail without coming up with the full amount.

Bail Bonds VA has been the first call for people in Stafford Virginia and Fredericksburg VA who need to get a loved one out of the Rappahannock Regional jail. As a Bondsman, Bill Weisband has posted bail for over 10,000 clients since 2004, providing Bail for clients from Prince William County Virginia to the Northern Neck, Richmond VA and all jails in between. If you get arrested in Stafford, King George, Fredericksburg or Spotsylvania, you will be taken to the Rappahannock Regional Jail. That's where we do our best work. 

Bail Bondsmen that are familiar with this jail know that there can be long wait times and this can be extremely frustrating when posting a bond. It helps to have a bondsman that knows the particulars about the Bail Bond process at each jail location. Bail Bondsman in Richmond Virginia for instance, know that the Henrico County Jail is open for bonding 24 hours a day, 7 days a week while the Richmond City Jail has different bonding procedures. Bail Bonds VA has Bondsmen that handle all the details.

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