Welcome to ASAP Bail Bonds! We’ve been helping those in Walton County get out of jail or get a loved one out of jail for years. Our friendly bail bondsman takes pride in helping you navigate the confusing bail bond process, especially while under duress. When you partner with us, you only pay a small percentage of your total bail bond price, while we handle the rest. As long as you show up to your court date, you owe us no additional fees. Our mission is to help you get out of jail as quickly and as easily as possible. We are open 24/7 to better serve you. Contact our local bail bond company to get started today!

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    Consequences of Skipping Bail

    Being arrested for a crime, such as DUI, traffic charges, misdemeanor drug charges, assault and battery, theft, and more, can be daunting. After all, you have to get out of jail first. This entails paying the court a fee. While many people think of this as a version of a tax, the point of bail is to…Read More

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    Reasons Bail May Be Revoked

    The US Court System is set up with the premise that you are innocent until proven guilty, no matter what crime you are accused of committing. However, that doesn't mean that the courts can't be confusing or complicated, and because the laws on the books also can be vast and are legal jargon, you cou…Read More

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    Different Types of Warrants

    In our last blog, we discussed what a warrant check was and how you can partake of ASAP Bail Bonds' free warrant check service to find out if you have an outstanding arrest warrant against you. This super-helpful service can give you an answer right away and help to put your mind at rest. Of course,…Read More

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    What is a Warrant Search?

    Many people may not even know they have an outstanding warrant out for their arrest. After all, you haven't committed a crime that you know of, so why would you? However, you might be surprised to learn that there are hundreds of thousands outstanding arrest warrants in the United States. While some…Read More