Our resource links below will help you navigate through the challenging task of posting bail in Raleigh, NC.
Winston Bail Bonding provides the necessary tools to help you even after posting bail.
Winston Bail Bonding offers the resources to help you navigate and stay on track through the challenging task of posting bail in Raleigh, NC. Listed below we have provided some useful links and frequently asked questions to assist you along the way.
Our resource links can help you keep up with your court date, check court calendars, and give you access information on licensed bail agents in North Carolina. If you still have further questions contact Winston Bail Bonding, a 24-hour bail bond company located in Raleigh at (919) 819-6918.
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HOW CAN I POST BAIL FOR SOMEONE?
To post bail at the Wake County Detention Center you will need a local bail bondsman, an in-state co-signer over 21yrs. old with valid I.D. and verifiable employment, and must be willing to pay a fee up to 15% of the bond. Example: $1,000 bond x 15%= $150 fee charged to post bail.
DO I PAY THE FULL AMOUNT OF THE BOND TO POST BAIL?
No! To post bail for someone in Raleigh, NC you will pay a bail bondsman a fee of 15%. However, co-signers will sign a promissory note that will obligate them financially for the full amount of the bail bond if the defendant does not appear in court and cannot be found.
WHAT IS CO-SIGNING ON A BAIL BOND?
Co-signing on a bail bond means that a person, usually a family member, will sign an indemnity agreement or promissory note that obligates them financially for the full amount of the bond if the defendant misses court and cannot be found.
DO I NEED COLLATERAL TO POST BAIL?
In most cases, collateral is only required to post bail on high bail amounts. In Wake County real estate (property) is the only from of acceptable collateral to post bail. Motor vehicles or jewelry are not accepted as payment or collateral.