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3 Essential Steps For Using Bail Bonds January 10, 2019

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3 Essential Steps For Using Bail Bonds, Honolulu, Hawaii

After an arrest, it’s only natural that you would want to get out of jail as you await your trial. With the help of bail bonds, many who can’t afford bail can get released quickly. Here’s a closer look at the steps you’ll need to take to post bail and prepare for your trial.

3 Steps for Posting Bail

1. Learn the Bail Amount

bail bondsMany jails have standard bail amounts for common crimes, which allow you to immediately know how much money you’ll need to post bail. For other crimes, you’ll need to appear before a judge, who will set the bail amount.

2. Decide How to Post Bail

There are several options for making your bail payment. When you pay with cash, check, or sign over valuable property, you do so with the assurance that you’ll be fully refunded when you appear in court. If financial trouble or high bail costs make posting bail on your own impossible, bail bonds can serve as an alternative. The bail bondsman will post bail in exchange for a non-refundable fee equal to 10% of your bail amount.

3. Prepare for Trial

After you’ve been released from jail, you’ll need to be diligent about appearing at your future court dates; otherwise, you’ll lose the money you posted for bail. Meeting with a qualified criminal defense attorney should also be a top priority as you prepare your case.


If you need the help of bail bonds to get out of jail, contact the experienced team at 24 Hour Bail Bonds Oahu in Honolulu, HI. Serving the islands of Oahu and Kauai, these professionals are available 24/7 with streamlined legal services to ensure a quick release. To speak with a bondsman or to learn more about their rates, visit them online or call (808) 699-8760.

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