Have questions? We have compiled a list of Frequently asked questions.
In most cases, we will need the following information on the defendant: date of birth, arresting charge, jail being held (county, city, state), arresting agency, booking number and bail amount.
You will need to pay a small non-refundable fee to the bail bond company, have a third-party indemnitor (a cosigner), and possibly some form of collateral.
A bail bond is a contract between the bail bond company, the courts, and a third-party indemnitor. It is the indemnitor that guarantees to the bail bond company that the accused will appear for all future court dates. The bail bond company charges a small non-refundable percentage of the total bond for their service. This is a more affordable option than paying the full amount of the bond directly to the court.
All The Time Bail Bonds, LLC. has an office located at 1610 Newcastle St #102, Brunswick, GA 31520
In Georgia, the fee for a bail bond is 15 percent of the bond amount. Please contact any of our offices to receive a quote and to see if any payment arrangements can be provided.
No. Once a bail bond has been posted for a defendant, the money is then earned by the bail bond company.
A cosigner is the person who takes financial responsibility for the bail bond if the accused fails to appear in court. They are also referred to as third-party indemnitors.
Collateral is money, property, or anything of value that we hold while the accused is out on bail. This collateral is returned when the defendant has completely settled their case.
It is your responsibility to know when the defendant must appear in court. Typically, the courts will notify us when the defendant is to appear for a court hearing. You may call our offices 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to check on the status of any court dates.