If you are looking for bail in Seattle, Washington, look no further than All City Bail Bonds. Our team of expert bail bondsmen have years of experience providing bail for clients throughout Seattle and surrounding counties.
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No matter where you are in the state of Washington, All City Bail Bonds is available to help you get out of jail on bail. Our team of experienced bail bondsmen proudly serves more than 300 cities and towns throughout the state of Washington, including Seattle, Spokane, Kent and more.
When you use the services of an All City Bail Bonds agent, you will be ensured the lowest rate possible allowed by law as well as the most reliable service. Our bondsmen are not only experienced in customizing affordable bail bonding solutions for our clients’ unique financial situations, but we are also proud to offer helpful resources, such as a directly of criminal defense attorneys.
In order to afford bail, our bail bondsmen will help to arrange a payment plan that works with your own financial situation, which may include a monthly payment plan, payment by credit card, no-collateral bail, and more.
Plus, all of our agents off free bail bonding consultations 24 hours a day, seven days a week so that you can get the answers you are looking for anytime you need them.
Call us today or anytime you need a reliable and effective bail bonding agent on your side. We’re happy to serve residents throughout the state of Washington.
How Bail Works in Washington State
Bail is a term for the payment that a defendant has to make in exchange for his or her release from jail after having been arrested. Bail is completely refundable to the payee, as long as the defendant fulfills his or her legal obligation to the courts system. In the state of Washington, bail works the same way throughout all of the counties.
Bail in the state of Washington works according to the following steps:
- A defendant is arrested on suspicion of a crime. The defendant is taken to a police station in the Washington county or city in which he or she has been arrested.
- While at the Washington police station, the defendant is booked. Though he or she has been arrested, the defendant is still a suspect, according to United States law. In order to be convicted of a crime, the defendant will have to stand trial.
- Once the defendant is released on bail, the defendant must await his or her trial date.
- The defendant needs to return to court to complete al trial dates and hearings. Once the legal obligation has been completed, the payee of the bail will receive a full refund (less any administrative fees) of the bail amount.
Bail amounts can be rather expensive, depending on the unique circumstance of each case. Across all Washington state counties, the bail amounts are roughly the same for the same offenses. However, because so many people cannot afford to pay the full amount of the bail on their own, many defendants call upon a bail bonding agency for help paying the bails.
A bail bonding agency is a team of bail bondsmen that is in the business of helping defendants get out of jail by loaning them the money for the bail bond. The agency will pay the bail directly to the court in the form of a bond, which the court will hold onto until the defendant fulfills the legal obligation to the courts.
As soon as the defendant fulfills this obligation, the bail bonding agency will receive a refund of the bail bond. However, the bail bonding agency will lose the bail bond if the defendant fails to appear in court.
For this reason, bail bonding agencies use bounty hunters in order to track down any of their bail clients tht fail to appear in court. Bounty hunters are able to rearrest defendants and return them to court. Interestingly, the U.S. is the only country that still allows bounty hunters to track defendants down after they have become fugitives.
In order to stay out of jail for a prolonged amount of time in the state of Washington, it is important to abide by the law. If you have been arrested and released on jail, it is vital that you appear in court for all of your court dates in order to complete your full legal obligation (and in order to receive a refund on the amount of bail).