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723 Kelli Dr, Patterson, LA 70392
(985) 399-1777
 
Arrest and booking after arrest, the accused is usually taken to a detention facility for booking. This involves recording personal information, taking photos and fingerprints, documenting information about the alleged crime, searching the records for...read more
Arrest and booking after arrest, the accused is usually taken to a detention facility for booking. This involves recording personal information, taking photos and fingerprints, documenting information about the alleged crime, searching the records for any previous offenses or outstanding warrants and placing the accused in a holding cell. Bail after arrest and booking, the bail is set. Bail is required to be set within twelve hours of the issuance of the complaint. A judge or magistrate normally sets the bail amount. Because people usually want to get out of jail immediately (instead of waiting to see a judge), most jails have standard bail schedules that specify bail amounts for common crimes. The bail system is designed to guarantee the appearance of the defendant in court. If bail is posted (and there are no other charges pending) the defendant is released until the charges are resolved. The defendant remains free on bail as long as he or she meets the conditions of the bail. Some defendants may be required to post a higher bail, or may be denied bail. In setting or denying bail, the judge or magistrate's first concern is the protection of the community, taking into account the seriousness of the offense and previous criminal record of the accused. Release options release on own recognizance - R.O.R (or P.R.- Personal Recognizance) is a pre-trial release without any financial security to ensure the appearance of the defendant at court. Release on O.R. is usually given when the defendant is charged with a minor offense, has strong ties to the community (such as full-time employment, property ownership, long-time residence and family in the area) and is deemed a low flight risk. A cash bond is made when an individual posts the total amount of the bail (not just 10%) in cash. The defendant may be his or her own guarantor. If the defendant does not appear, the cash bond is forfeited. The cash bond option may be allowed for traffic and other minor violations. However, most states now require a licensed bond agent to guarantee larger bonds. Property bond occasionally an individual may be released from custody by posting a property bond with the court. The court records a lien (or right) on the property to guarantee the bail amount. However, this type of bond is rare, and is allowed in only a few jurisdictions. Surety bond (Common Bail Bond) When a professional bail bond agency guarantees a defendant's appearance in court, it's called a surety bond. The bond agency is fully liable for the bail if the defendant does not appear. In turn, the bond agency charges a premium for this service (usually 10% of the bond amount). Additionally, the bail bond agent often requires collateral from a guarantor (the family member or friend who is seeking the release of the accused). Because this person usually knows the defendant well, he or she is willing to take partial responsibility for guaranteeing that the defendant will appear in court. Court Appearance there are several things you and the defendant need to be aware of regarding the court appearances and the consequences of failing to appear at the appointed time. Tardiness if the defendant is late for court, technically the bond can be forfeited. The court may interpret the defendant's failure to appear as a willful act and issue a bench warrant. If you know that the accused will be late for their court appearance, please contact the bail company and the court clerk immediately. The defendant should check in with the bailiff when they arrive in court. It's better to make a late appearance than not to appear at all. Failure to appear if the defendant fails to appear in court at the appointed time, a bench warrant will be issued for that person's arrest, he or she will be reported as a fugitive to the police, and the bail bond will be forfeited.
 
 

Business Details

Category

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Bail Bonds

Hours of Operation

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

Brands

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  • Western Union

Payment Options

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  • Cash Only
  • Debit Cards
  • Money Orders
  • Travelers Checks
  • Insured, Bonded, Licensed

Areas Served

  • Patterson, Bloomingdale, Haskell, Hewitt, Oak Ridge, Passaic

Languages Spoken

  • American Sign
  • English

Products & Services

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  • Any Collateral
  • Appeal Bonds
  • Appearance Bonds
  • Arrest Warrants Assistance
  • Bail Bonds
  • More
  • Bail Bonds by Phone or Fax
  • Bail Information
  • Bail Reduction Assistance
  • Bond Hearings
  • Cash Bonds
  • Collateral Negotiable
  • Collateral Not Accepted
  • Collect Calls Accepted
  • Cosigners Permitted
  • Discounts
  • Free Bail Advice
  • Immigration Bonds
  • Misdemeanor Bonds
  • Mobile Services
  • No Credit Check Required
  • Notary Services
  • Private Investigations
  • Signature Bonds
  • Surety Bonds
  • Traffic Bonds
  • Transportation Services
  • Union Discounts
  • Wire Transfer
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Specialties

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  • Federal bail bonds: Issued - defendants accused of a federal crime. Cash bail bonds: Some defendants pay cash - their release. Surety bail bonds: When there are conditions on release, such as drug treatment programs.

Additional Information

  • Being arrested is often a very stressful and embarrassing experience. You, your family and loved ones may feel overwhelmed and lost in the legal system. We understand. Our knowledgeable and experience... More Being arrested is often a very stressful and embarrassing experience. You, your family and loved ones may feel overwhelmed and lost in the legal system. We understand. Our knowledgeable and experienced New Jersey bail bond agents will guide you through each step of the process.Less

In Business Since

  • 1979

Customers Served

  • Commercial, Industrial, Residential

Emergency Service

  • Emergency service available

Ownership

  • Family Owned
  • Locally Owned
 

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Arrest and booking after arrest, the accused is usually taken to a detention facility for booking. This involves recording personal information, taking photos and fingerprints, documenting information about the alleged crime, searching the records for any previous offenses or outstanding warrants and placing the accused in a holding cell. Bail after arrest and booking, the bail is set. Bail is required to be set within twelve hours of the issuance of the complaint. A judge or magistrate normally sets the bail amount. Because people usually want to get out of jail immediately (instead of waiting to see a judge), most jails have standard bail schedules that specify bail amounts for common crimes. The bail system is designed to guarantee the appearance of the defendant in court. If bail is posted (and there are no other charges pending) the defendant is released until the charges are resolved. The defendant remains free on bail as long as he or she meets the conditions of the bail. Some defendants may be required to post a higher bail, or may be denied bail. In setting or denying bail, the judge or magistrate's first concern is the protection of the community, taking into account the seriousness of the offense and previous criminal record of the accused. Release options release on own recognizance - R.O.R (or P.R.- Personal Recognizance) is a pre-trial release without any financial security to ensure the appearance of the defendant at court. Release on O.R. is usually given when the defendant is charged with a minor offense, has strong ties to the community (such as full-time employment, property ownership, long-time residence and family in the area) and is deemed a low flight risk. A cash bond is made when an individual posts the total amount of the bail (not just 10%) in cash. The defendant may be his or her own guarantor. If the defendant does not appear, the cash bond is forfeited. The cash bond option may be allowed for traffic and other minor violations. However, most states now require a licensed bond agent to guarantee larger bonds. Property bond occasionally an individual may be released from custody by posting a property bond with the court. The court records a lien (or right) on the property to guarantee the bail amount. However, this type of bond is rare, and is allowed in only a few jurisdictions. Surety bond (Common Bail Bond) When a professional bail bond agency guarantees a defendant's appearance in court, it's called a surety bond. The bond agency is fully liable for the bail if the defendant does not appear. In turn, the bond agency charges a premium for this service (usually 10% of the bond amount). Additionally, the bail bond agent often requires collateral from a guarantor (the family member or friend who is seeking the release of the accused). Because this person usually knows the defendant well, he or she is willing to take partial responsibility for guaranteeing that the defendant will appear in court. Court Appearance there are several things you and the defendant need to be aware of regarding the court appearances and the consequences of failing to appear at the appointed time. Tardiness if the defendant is late for court, technically the bond can be forfeited. The court may interpret the defendant's failure to appear as a willful act and issue a bench warrant. If you know that the accused will be late for their court appearance, please contact the bail company and the court clerk immediately. The defendant should check in with the bailiff when they arrive in court. It's better to make a late appearance than not to appear at all. Failure to appear if the defendant fails to appear in court at the appointed time, a bench warrant will be issued for that person's arrest, he or she will be reported as a fugitive to the police, and the bail bond will be forfeited.