The law firm also handles jail releases 24-hours a day, seven days a week. When a client calls for a jail release they also are able to apply the payment to their actual legal representation.
How a bond works
When a person is charged with a crime they are arrested and within 24 hours they are seen by a magistrate judge. The magistrate judge sets a bond amount based on the charges. The person may be eligible for a regular personal bond, in which they are released on their own recognizance. If a person does not qualify for release on their own they have two options, they can call a bondsman or an attorney. A bondsman will charge anywhere from 10% to 20% of the bond amount, require a co-signer and sometimes more. The person will then be required to go out and hire an attorney separately. The other option is an attorney assisted personal bond. This is the kind of bond the law firm can provide. The attorney takes the bond and presents the evidence to a judge and gets the judge to release the client to the attorney with conditions. When the client hires the attorney to get them out of jail they are also hiring the attorney, and the money paid for the jail release applies to the retainer for the legal fees. In other words, you get much more for your money.
The firm accepts payment plans and accepts all major credit cards. There is no case too big or too small, the firm works with experts and investigators around the state to ensure the best results for every client.