If you are arrested and tossed in jail, you want to get out, and you want out fast. Sitting behind steel bars is nowhere for anyone to be and it is pretty disheartening to find yourself in the predicament. You can post bond to get out of jail, or remain behind bars until your day in court. The judge will give you the bond amount to pay in cash to the county clerk for your release from jail until the day in court. Or, you can use Beaver County bail bonds to get out.
Most People prefer using the services of a bail bondsman to get out of jail because it is easier, quicker and a whole lot cheaper. If you pay the bond directly to the hail, the full amount must be paid. The amount of bond varies, depending on the criminal history of the individual arrested and the nature of the crime, but is oftentimes well into the thousands of dollars. If you do not have this kind of money lying around, not to fear because bondsman charge only 10 – 15% of the bond amount, plus a small bondman fee, to get you out of jail.
So, if your bond is $10,000, using the services of a bondsman would reduce the amount of money needed to get out of jail to only $1,000 – $1,500, plus the bondsman fee. That’s a considerable difference, and one that makes it much easier for people to get out of jail after they’ve been charged with a crime. When you sign a bond agreement, you are agreeing to appear in court on the date and time given to you by the courts. Failure to appear results in bond revocation and you will be re-arrested and place into jail until the court hearing.