Felony crimes are never a laughing matter for those accused of them. The stakes are too high, and the stress can be intense. When you’re arrested for arson in the state of Georgia, you will most definitely need a top-notch legal team to craft your defense.
The penalty for arson in the state of Georgia includes:
- 1st degree arson conviction: A fine of up to $50,000, and/or a prison sentence of between one and 20 years in jail.
- 2nd degree arson conviction: A fine of up to $25,000, and/or a prison sentence of between one and 10 years in jail.
- 3rd degree arson conviction: A fine of up to $10,000, and/or a prison sentence of between one and five years in jail.
WHY PARTNER WITH ASAP BAIL BONDS
ASAP Bail Bonds offers bail bond services in Gwinnett, Cobb, Walton, and Barrow counties. We can help you get out of jail and on to finding a good lawyer quickly. When you’re arrested for arson, either you or a loved one calls us. You answer a few simple questions, such as what jail you are being held at and some personal information, and then we’ll get the paperwork going. Once you’ve paid your fee (a percentage of your bail bond amount), you’ll be out of jail. As long as your bail is not revoked (meaning you haven’t skipped your court hearing), you owe us nothing.
Our bail bondsman has over 25 years of experience helping those who have been accused of arson and other crimes get out of jail quickly. Our efficient process and connections with the local police and courts make the bail bond process smooth. In addition, we offer free warrant searches, which allow you to find out if you have an outstanding warrant against you. This gives you time to prepare and to procure a bail bond ahead of time, minimizing your time in jail as much as possible.
At ASAP Bail Bonds, we understand that even though you’ve been arrested and charged with a crime, you are innocent until proven guilty. We treat all of our customers with respect and understanding, as we know this is a difficult time for you and your family. We offer felony bail bonds and misdemeanor bail bonds, and we’ll help you every step of the way.
Although we are by no means lawyers, we do understand the judicial system, and we’ll help you anyway we can, even with referrals. We offer 24-hour bail, which is important when you’re arrested on a weekend or a holiday. While the courts may be closed, we’re not, and we’ll always do our best to minimize your jail time. That’s our promise to you. Call our bail bond agent to get the process rolling today!