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DUI Bail Bonds

Many people find themselves behind bars and facing DUI charges. Sometimes, DUI laws can be unfair. Not everyone becomes intoxicated at the same blood alcohol level. It could happen to anyone. They know their limits and have a drink. Then, they drive home.

The next thing they know, they see flashing lights in their rearview mirror. At this point, they may not even think anything is wrong because they only had a few drinks.

The police officer asks them to step out of the vehicle and perform a sobriety test, which they pass. Then, they are requested to submit to a breathalyzer test, and they are slightly over the legal limit. The next thing they know, they are sitting behind bars. What happens next?

Well, they have several options. They can sit in jail until the conclusion of their trial. Or, they can pay their bail amount and be released. However, many can’t afford this option. Even if they can afford it, it is not always wise to tie up that much money. Yes, they will get it back, but not until the trial is over.

Luckily, there is another option. When arrested, people have the option to take out DUI bail bonds. When it comes to DUI bail bonds, there are many agencies to choose from. However, most prefer All-Pro Bail Bonds.

Bail Bond Process

After being arrested, the individual will be taken to the police station and booked. During booking, the police record the person’s information and takes their mug shot. The individual can request to speak with an All-Pro bail bonds agent. However, a few things need to take place before this can happen.

First, the booking process must be completed. The amount of time this takes can vary. After booking, the individual may still have to wait until their blood alcohol level drops before they have to option to be released.

The person may speak with an All-Pro bail bonds agent after the booking process is complete, and when their blood alcohol level has dropped. The All-Pro bail bond agent will then post a bail bond on behalf of the individual.

The bail bonds agent does not pay the bail. Rather, they give the court a bond certificate. This certificate promises the court that the bail bonds agency will pay bail on the individual’s behalf if the suspect does not show up for trial.

At this point, the person has to await trial. Even though the person has been released, they are still required to appear at all of their ordered court appointments. At the conclusion of the trial, the bail bonds certificate becomes void if the person made all of their required court appearances.

The outcome of the trial is not relevant. The bail bonds certificate is only used to ensure that the person will appear in court.

The individual will have to pay a small fee for the bail bonds service. The amount the person has to pay is a based on a percentage of the cost to bail them out.  All-Pro Bail Bonds always has your best interest as their top priority and is available 24/7 to help in any situation.

Bail Bond Rates

In general, the standard industry rate for bail bonds is 10% of the face amount of bail. For example, if the face amount of bail is $10,000, the fee is $1,000. Read More

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