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What Happens If You Miss a Bail Bond Payment?

What Happens If You Miss a Bail Bond Payment?

By | Carls Bail Bonds

What Happens If You Miss a Bail Bond Payment?

A concern that many people have when dealing with bail is being able to make the payments. Here at Carls Bail Bonds, we break up the cost of our bonds by providing personalized payment plans for all of our clients. This makes bailing a loved one out of jail a whole lot easier for our clients.

While the payments are designed to fit within each client’s unique budget, it isn’t always perfect. Sometimes life gets in the way and changes things up. What may have started off as an affordably sized monthly payment can suddenly become unbearable. This can happen for any number of reasons and can cause additional stress for clients.

Luckily, here at Carls Bail Bonds we understand how things can change from month to month. Sometimes something like an emergency happens that makes someone spend more money than they were planning to. This, in turn, can make paying a payment more difficult for a month or two.

If a client is aware of the fact that they are going to miss a payment beforehand, then they should talk to their bail agent. We are more than happy to work with clients when they need help. If a payment is missed without warning, contact your bail agent right away. If you don’t do that, your loved one could be taken back into custody.

Here at Carls Bail Bonds, we do everything that we can to help out our clients. Some of the other services we provide include:

  • 24/7 Bail bond service
  • 20% Discount
  • Phone approvals
  • 0% Interest payment plans
  • No hidden fees
  • No collateral with working signer
  • Se habla Español

At Carls Bail Bonds, we try our very best to make posting bail easier, this includes providing personalized payment plans. However, if there is ever a time that the payment seems too big, talk to one of our bail agents right away. They will be more than happy to help you.

You can talk to a bail agent at any time by calling (866) 855-3186 or click Chat With Us now.

Learn to Act – It Helps in Court

By | Carls Bail Bonds

If you thought being sent to the principal’s office in middle school was intimidating, imagine your first court day. Prosecution is trying to pin a crime on you and your lawyer is trying to prove your innocence. The judge and the jury are trying to decide which side they believe based on what they hear. However, what they see is also going to sway their thoughts so knowing how to conduct yourself in court is important too.

• Dress like you are going for an interview.
• Remove sunglasses and hats.
• Do not chew gum.
• Turn cell phones and pagers off.
• Sit and stand straight.
• Enunciate. If a question requires a yes or no answer, speak those answers verbally instead of nodding or shaking your head.
• Speak only when spoken to and answer only what you are asked.
• Do not grow angry and argumentative.
• Trust your lawyer.
• Arrive 10-15 minutes ahead of your appointment.
• Use the restroom beforehand.
• Address the judge with “Your Honor.”

If you take this matter seriously and show you are willing to handle this process maturely, the judge and the jury will see that. Now let’s just hope your lawyer builds a good case for you.

Until court, a defendant can bail out of jail so they can return to live at home. Posting bail makes it easier for the lawyer and defendant to meet and prepare for court.

If you need a bail bond, please contact Carls Bail Bonds online or at (866) 855-3186.