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Carroll County Bail Bonds
Bail Bonds in Carrollton, GA
The experience of arrest and booking in Carroll County Jail can be daunting and stressful. However, you’re not isolated in this situation; Free At Last Bail Bonds is here to accompany you through this journey. With a collective experience exceeding 150 years, Free At Last Bail Bonds’ Atlanta, GA office is staffed by knowledgeable and compassionate professionals dedicated to offering insightful advice and assistance as you work through the judicial process. A bail bond need not be an obstacle to your liberty. Reach out to Free At Last Bail Bonds at any time for expert support and a beacon of hope in these challenging times.
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FAQs on Carroll County Bail Bonds
What is the process for bailing someone out of Carroll County Jail?
- Collect Bail Details: Contact Carroll County Jail or utilize the Carroll County Jail online inmate search tool to learn about the required bail amount and if the individual is eligible for bail.
- Contact Free At Last: Reach out to us at Free At Last immediately and provide any information you have including the name of your friend or loved one, where they are being detained, and the nature of the crime. Our team will help you handle any necessary paperwork.
- Submit Payment: Provide payment to Free At Last via cash, check, credit, or debit for a small fraction of the total bail amount set by the court (usually 10 – 30%). This allows us to secure the release of your friend or relative.
- Your Loved One is “Free At Last”! Once you’ve completed the above 3 steps, you can pick up your friend or loved one from jail. Remember, it’s crucial that the defendant appears in court as scheduled. Failure to do so may result in the forfeiture of the cash bail or collateral.
What is the difference between bail vs bond?
Bail refers to the amount of money set by the court that must be paid to secure the release of a detained individual awaiting trial. A bond, on the other hand, is an alternative to paying the full bail amount. A bondsman or bail bond agency can post a bond on behalf of the defendant. The person seeking the bond usually pays a percentage of the bail amount (typically around 10%) to the bail bond agency, which then guarantees the full bail amount to the court.
How much does it cost to bail someone out of Carroll County Jail?
In Carroll County, Georgia, the cost to bail someone out of jail varies based on the crime. Misdemeanors, like public intoxication or DUI, have bail amounts ranging from $200 to $15,000. Felonies, such as burglary or robbery, come with higher bail, from $5,000 to over $100,000. Charges like rape and murder are generally non-bondable. Bail bondsmen in Carroll County can charge up to 15% of the bail as a fee, with a 12% cap for bonds under $10,000. Judges consider the crime’s severity and the defendant’s criminal history when setting bail amounts.
How do I know if someone already posted bail in Carroll County Jail?
You can find out if someone has already posted bail by contacting the Carroll County Jail directly or using their online inmate search.
Carroll County Sheriff’s Office
1000 Newnan Road, Carollton, Georgia 30116
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