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Getting Out of Jail By Bail After an Arrest
And After Seeing A Judge:

1) What you need to know about bail: (what it is, how it's set, and how to pay it with our help)
 
A person arrested is called a criminal defendant. A person who attempts to bail him out utilizing low cost, fast and dependable services of our bail bondsmen and bail consultants located at the storefront location on 75 Smith Street in Brooklyn New York 11201 are called indemnitors or clients.

For Fast, Low-Cost & Dependable Service Any Bail, Any Jail, Anytime,
From Central Booking to Arraignment Courts to New York Criminal and Supreme Courts!

In Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island Call Us:

(718) 722-1129

In Manhattan, Bronx, Westchester & Rockland Call Us:

(212) 732-2245

The defendants first thoughts when arrested and then landing in jail is how to get out of jail fast. The usual way this needs to be done is to "post bail". Bail is cash or a cash equivalent (bail bond) that an arrested person gives to a court to 'promise' that s/he will appear in court when required by a judge to do so. We do both. If the defendant appears in court at the proper time, at the end of the case the court refunds the bail. But if the defendant doesn't show up, the court keeps the bail and issues a warrant for the defendant's arrest. The same goes for posting a bail bond with the only persons in New York State permitted to do so and they are New York State Professional Bail Bondsmen located on 75 Smith Street in Brooklyn New York 11201 and expanding to neighborhoods near you and near criminal courthouses around the state.
 
2) How a Judge Sets Bail:

In New York, Judges are responsible for setting bail alone. Many people want to get out of jail immediately (instead of waiting up to five days or more to see a judge again at another court date. The Eighth Amendment to the U. S. Constitution requires that bail not be excessive, but does not specifically guarantee bail as a right. This means that bail should not be used to raise money for the government or to punish a person for being suspected of committing a crime. The purpose of bail is to give an arrested person his/her freedom until she is convicted or acquitted of a crime, and the amount of bail must be no more than is reasonably necessary to keep her from fleeing before a case is over. During this harsh economic times any amount needing to be given to someone is too much! That is why we are here to help you get the results fast and at low –cost.
 
Many judges set an impossibly high bail in particular types of cases (such as those involving drug sales or rape) to keep a suspect in jail until the trial is over. Although bail set for this purpose – it is called preventative detention -- this is thought by many to violate the Constitution, courts have uniformly rejected this argument (the issue has never been decided by the U.S. Supreme Court.
 
If a person can't afford the amount of bail, he or she can ask through legal counsel a judge to lower it. This can take several court dates, weeks and months in order to request and or to get an answer. In New York, this request must be made either in a special bail setting hearing or when the person appears in court (usually called the arraignment).

For Fast, Low-Cost & Dependable Service Any Bail, Any Jail, Anytime,
From Central Booking to Arraignment Courts to New York Criminal and Supreme Courts!

In Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island Call Us:

(718) 722-1129

In Manhattan, Bronx, Westchester & Rockland Call Us:

(212) 732-2245

3) Paying Bail With Us

Paying Bail With Us Is Easy And Can Be In The Following Forms:

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For Fast, Low-Cost & Dependable Service Any Bail, Any Jail, Anytime,
From Central Booking to Arraignment Courts to New York Criminal and Supreme Courts!

In Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island Call Us:

(718) 722-1129

In Manhattan, Bronx, Westchester & Rockland Call Us:

(212) 732-2245

4) R.O.R. / O.R. / Personal Recognizance:
Getting Out of Jail Free

Sometimes people are released "on their own recognizance," or "R.O.R." A defendant released R.O.R. must sign a promise to appear in court. This defendant does not have to post bail.  A defendant commonly requests through legal counsel to be release on his own recognizance at his first court appearance. If the judge denies the request, he then asks for low bail.  In general, defendants who are released R.O.R. or O.R. have strong ties to a community, and the perception makes them less likely to run away or flee. Factors that may convince a judge to grant an O.R. release include the following:  

New York State Professional Bail Bondsmen operate as defined in New York State Laws, Regulations and as dictated in terms and conditions found in private bail contracts governed under New York Civil Contract laws.   Professional bail consultants are individual with in-depth knowledge in surety bail and various aspects of the criminal justice system, such as bail source hearings, public policy and pretrial release. Bail consultants are professionals with many years of real experience in various aspects of the criminal justice system and the terms and conditions governing agreements are found in private contracts governed under New York Contract law.


BAIL DIRECTORY

(Premium and fees are never refundable. Not responsible for variables, events and circumstances foreseen or unforeseen that may arise not listed here that may or may not delay and or prevent and or forbid total success for services contracted that are often possible when dealing with the criminal justice system, courts, jails, human error, independent contractors, third party vendors, acts of God, inclement weather, work slow-downs, judges requirements, any and all issues regarding warrants, holds, detainers, parole,probation, immigration, mistaken identity, lost or misplaced files, files not available, miswritten documentation or any errors or disagreements of any type etc. Precious metals and stones taken and authenticity and value when confirmed are sold for weight value alone at pre negotiated rate below market value and these proceeds are then utilized to pay for premium, consulting, other fees; and the balance of same, if any, are then utilized as collateral deposits in the form of cash which are subject to the terms and conditions of the private bail and consulting contracts. Items when deposited for sale are never returned to the depositor or owner as the items are sold and or melted for precious metal and stone value in exchange for cash. Statutory premiums are Governed UnderNew York State Insurance Laws and Regulations and are never negotiable or refundable. Contact the NY Insurance Department Directly For Complaints Charges for premium, agent licensing and record-keeping. All other services are governed under New York Civil Contract law; all contract have a binding arbitration clause as administered by an arbitrator from the American Arbitration Association venue New York State, New York County alone. Read your contract carefully and always consult and attorney before signing any binding agreements.

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