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Bernardo Goldstein & Quinn Agency

5 of 5 stars 9 Reviews

Experienced, Fast, Proven Reliable, 24/7 Availability. All Crimes
All Courts
21 Everett Rd Ext, Ste 1, Albany, NY 12205
www.BernardoBail.com
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(518) 290-8815
 
Our Mission: To provide bail for the accused and their families with prompt, professional, courteous service during their time of crisis. Bail is the means by which the U.S.criminal justice system permits the release of a defendant from custody whi...read more
Our Mission: To provide bail for the accused and their families with prompt, professional, courteous service during their time of crisis. Bail is the means by which the U.S.criminal justice system permits the release of a defendant from custody while ensuring his appearance at all required court proceedings. Bail is the legacy of Angelo-Saxon jurisprudence wherein defendants were delivered to their sureties, who gave security for their appearance. Bail bonds initially were put up by people who pledged their own property as security for the bond.The commercial bond approach is by far the most effective form of bail, as demonstrated in the Bureau of Statistics study that compared commercial bonding with all other pre-trial release methods in getting defendants to court.When a person is arrested on probable cause of having committed a criminal offense, he or she is incarcerated and booked into a detention facility. Bail is determined by a preset bail schedule or magistrate prior to arraignment. A bail agent is contacted, and he or she arranges to post the defendants bail, whereupon the defendant is released. The bail agent charges the defendant a premium (usually 10% of the bond) for assuming the risk of the defendants not appearing. If the defendant fails to appear, the court declares the bond forfeited and the bail agent, usually after getting an opportunity to recover the absconded defendant, has to pay the forfeiture, which constitutes the full amount of the bond.Most states regard bail as a form of insurance. Hence, bail agents are licensed and regulated like any other insurance producer, subject to certain basic qualifications and pre-licensing and continuing education requirements. Most states also require bail agents to be appointed by an admitted bail insurance company. In addition, some states require that the bail agent be certified by a bail insurance company with a ''qualified power of attorney,'' the purpose of which is to confer limited authority on the agent to execute bonds.Bail agents perform an extraordinarily valuable public service to law enforcement and accused people alike. The Bail Clause of the Eighth amendment to the Constitution embodies the longstanding Anglo-American tradition of favoring pretrial release of accused people. This frees up crowded jail space and permits defendants to participate more fully in their own defense. Bail agents, backed by financial resources of surety companies, make possible the pretrial release of in excess of 2 million defendants annually, at no expense to taxpayers, by providing assurances to the state that the people charged with crimes will appear as scheduled to answer charges.(Provided by the State and Local Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement by Larry E. Sullivan, Editor-in-Chief)Types of Bail Bonds surety Bail Bonds- private system of bail, free of taxpayers support. Privately licensed bail agents post bonds with the court, guaranteeing a defendants appearance. Appearance becomes the sole responsibility of the bail agent and is the most effective bail system.Cash Bonds- the defendant, or someone on his/her behalf, must pay the Court the full amount of the bail, in cash, in order to be released. The defendant and the co-signer, if any, must sign the bond that guarantees the defendant's appearance at future court appearances. This is a governmental system.Own Recognizance Bonds-This system is a government system in which people who have not been arrested before swear before the court that they will appear on their own accord for all required court dates.Professional Bonds- this system is when an individual who owns real property receives a license from a state to use their own property as collateral for clients they post bond for. The courts monitor the liability written as it cannot exceed a percentage of the property value.Pre-Trial Release Bonds:A government operated bail system
 
 

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Bail Bond Companies, Bail Bonds, Bail Bonds Referral Services, Bail Bondsmen, Insurance Bonds

Hours of Operation

  • Sun Open 24 Hours
  • Mon Open 24 Hours
  • Tue Open 24 Hours
  • Wed Open 24 Hours
  • Thu Open 24 Hours
  • Fri Open 24 Hours
  • Sat Open 24 Hours

Additional Information

  • 24 Hours 7 Days, Over 50 Years in Business, Immediate Assistance, Professional Service. Serving Upstate New York including Albany, Rensselaer (Troy), Schenectady, Saratoga, Columbia, Greene, Schoharie... More 24 Hours 7 Days, Over 50 Years in Business, Immediate Assistance, Professional Service. Serving Upstate New York including Albany, Rensselaer (Troy), Schenectady, Saratoga, Columbia, Greene, Schoharie, Montgomery, Fulton, Warren, Washington, Ulster, Essex, Franklin, Clinton, Delaware and Otsego Counties. Low Down Payments Easy Payment Plans Free and Confidential Consultations Polite and Courteous staff Calls always answered by pro Bail Agent Cash, Certified Checks and all Major Credit Cards accepted Ability to write federal bonds, criminal bail bonds, DUI and traffic bailbonds We can meet all your bail bond needs! First steps to getting released- Get as much of the following information as you can: 1.Full legal name, birthdate and Social Security number (if possible) of the arrested party. 2.What jail is he or she in? Is it a county, city or federal facility? 3.What is the charge? 4.What is the booking number? 5.The arresting agency? 6.How much is the bail amount? Bernardo, Goldstein & Quinn can issue many types of bail bonds. Here are just a few: Federal bail bonds: Issued - defendants accused of a fedral crime. Cash bail bonds: Some defendants pay cash - their release. Surety bail bonds: When there are conditions on release, such as drug treatment programs. Property bail bonds: When property or homes are used as collateral - a bond. All personal information collected during the bail bond process is considered private and confidential.Less

In Business Since

  • 1965
  • Licensed

Areas Served

  • My Metro Area

Products & Services

  • Appeal Bonds
  • Appearance Bonds
  • Arrest Warrants Assistance
  • Bail Bonds
  • Bail Bonds by Phone or Fax
  • More
  • BAIL BONDS- Fast, 24 Hour Service Any Day throughout Upstate New York
  • Bail Information
  • Bond Hearings
  • Cash Bonds
  • Collect Calls Accepted
  • Immigration Bonds
  • Misdemeanor Bonds
  • Mobile Services
  • No Credit Check Required
  • Private Investigations
  • Signature Bonds
  • Surety Bonds
  • Traffic Bonds
  • We are The provider of bail bonds in the Capital region.
  • Wire Transfer
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Specialties

  • County Courts
  • District Courts- All crimes including misdemeanors, felonies, drugs and DWI

Payment Options

  • Credit Terms Available
  • MasterCard
  • VISA

Certification & Affiliations

  • Call us Now! 518- 434- 8118 Don't spend another minute in Jail!

Customers Served

  • Residential, Commercial

Emergency Service

  • Emergency service available

Ownership

  • Family Owned
 
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5 of 5 stars
Jan 14, 2014
by anonymous
business
Bernardo Goldstein & Quinn Agency 21 Everett Rd Ext, Ste 1,
Albany, NY 12205
USA
so glad I called Bernardo Bail - best guys around, so professional
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5 of 5 stars
Dec 2, 2013
by anonymous
business
Bernardo Goldstein & Quinn Agency 21 Everett Rd Ext, Ste 1,
Albany, NY 12205
USA
Great service, respectful
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5 of 5 stars
May 18, 2011
by Guest04883
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Bernardo Goldstein & Quinn Agency 21 Everett Rd Ext, Ste 1,
Albany, NY 12205
USA
have used for years, always good to work with
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5 of 5 stars
Feb 4, 2011
by Guest03486
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Bernardo Goldstein & Quinn Agency 21 Everett Rd Ext, Ste 1,
Albany, NY 12205
USA
It was very hard for me to have to come to terms with needing to use a Bondsman I never had anyone in my life ever get in trouble and I'm so happy that I went to Bernardo Goldstien & Quinn. They were kind, caring and very professional.
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5 of 5 stars
Feb 4, 2011
by Guest18115
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Bernardo Goldstein & Quinn Agency 21 Everett Rd Ext, Ste 1,
Albany, NY 12205
USA
It was very hard for me to have to come to terms with needing to use a Bondsman I never had anyone in my life ever get in trouble and I'm so happy that I went to Bernardo Goldstien & Quinn. They were kind, caring and very professional.
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5 of 5 stars
Jan 26, 2011
by Guest57794
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Bernardo Goldstein & Quinn Agency 21 Everett Rd Ext, Ste 1,
Albany, NY 12205
USA
Such a wonderful family business, nice people to deal with during an awful time.
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5 of 5 stars
Jan 10, 2011
by Guest72416
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Bernardo Goldstein & Quinn Agency 21 Everett Rd Ext, Ste 1,
Albany, NY 12205
USA
What a great bunch of guys to deal with when I was faced with such an unfortunate predicament. Highly recommend this agency
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5 of 5 stars
Jan 7, 2011
by Guest79390
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Bernardo Goldstein & Quinn Agency 21 Everett Rd Ext, Ste 1,
Albany, NY 12205
USA
Great service and great outcome! I really recommend this agency.
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5 of 5 stars
Jan 7, 2011
by Guest42773
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Bernardo Goldstein & Quinn Agency 21 Everett Rd Ext, Ste 1,
Albany, NY 12205
USA
in my time of need these guys were so helpful and so professional, highly recommend
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Our Mission: To provide bail for the accused and their families with prompt, professional, courteous service during their time of crisis. Bail is the means by which the U.S.criminal justice system permits the release of a defendant from custody while ensuring his appearance at all required court proceedings. Bail is the legacy of Angelo-Saxon jurisprudence wherein defendants were delivered to their sureties, who gave security for their appearance. Bail bonds initially were put up by people who pledged their own property as security for the bond.The commercial bond approach is by far the most effective form of bail, as demonstrated in the Bureau of Statistics study that compared commercial bonding with all other pre-trial release methods in getting defendants to court.When a person is arrested on probable cause of having committed a criminal offense, he or she is incarcerated and booked into a detention facility. Bail is determined by a preset bail schedule or magistrate prior to arraignment. A bail agent is contacted, and he or she arranges to post the defendants bail, whereupon the defendant is released. The bail agent charges the defendant a premium (usually 10% of the bond) for assuming the risk of the defendants not appearing. If the defendant fails to appear, the court declares the bond forfeited and the bail agent, usually after getting an opportunity to recover the absconded defendant, has to pay the forfeiture, which constitutes the full amount of the bond.Most states regard bail as a form of insurance. Hence, bail agents are licensed and regulated like any other insurance producer, subject to certain basic qualifications and pre-licensing and continuing education requirements. Most states also require bail agents to be appointed by an admitted bail insurance company. In addition, some states require that the bail agent be certified by a bail insurance company with a ''qualified power of attorney,'' the purpose of which is to confer limited authority on the agent to execute bonds.Bail agents perform an extraordinarily valuable public service to law enforcement and accused people alike. The Bail Clause of the Eighth amendment to the Constitution embodies the longstanding Anglo-American tradition of favoring pretrial release of accused people. This frees up crowded jail space and permits defendants to participate more fully in their own defense. Bail agents, backed by financial resources of surety companies, make possible the pretrial release of in excess of 2 million defendants annually, at no expense to taxpayers, by providing assurances to the state that the people charged with crimes will appear as scheduled to answer charges.(Provided by the State and Local Encyclopedia of Law Enforcement by Larry E. Sullivan, Editor-in-Chief)Types of Bail Bonds surety Bail Bonds- private system of bail, free of taxpayers support. Privately licensed bail agents post bonds with the court, guaranteeing a defendants appearance. Appearance becomes the sole responsibility of the bail agent and is the most effective bail system.Cash Bonds- the defendant, or someone on his/her behalf, must pay the Court the full amount of the bail, in cash, in order to be released. The defendant and the co-signer, if any, must sign the bond that guarantees the defendant's appearance at future court appearances. This is a governmental system.Own Recognizance Bonds-This system is a government system in which people who have not been arrested before swear before the court that they will appear on their own accord for all required court dates.Professional Bonds- this system is when an individual who owns real property receives a license from a state to use their own property as collateral for clients they post bond for. The courts monitor the liability written as it cannot exceed a percentage of the property value.Pre-Trial Release Bonds:A government operated bail system