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When you've been arrested, you just want out of jail as soon as possible. Bail will be set at your first court appearance. However, oftentimes, you can post bail before your first hearing since the bail amounts are standardized for common crimes.
After your arrest, call us, ASAP Bail Bonds. We issue bail bonds in Gwinnett, Cobb, Barrow, and Walton Counties, as well as other counties throughout Georgia. Once you provide us with a bit of information, such as the court issuing the bail and the amount needed, we'll handle the rest. We post the bail and handle the paperwork. You simply pay our bail bondsman a premium, or a percentage of the total bail, plus collateral. It's as simple as that. Call our 24/7 bail bondsman today
Gwinnett County is in north Georgia with the courthouse being located in Lawrenceville. Named after Button Gwinnett who was one of the signatories of the Declaration of Independence, the courthouse was built in 1885 and sits in the square of downtown Gwinnett. Recognizable by its clock tower, many weddings take place here because of their 24-foot ceilings, outdoor gazebo and lawn, and beautiful interior furnishings. While it's a great place for weddings, it's a not so great place if you've been arrested and are charged with a crime.
If you are arrested, you will have your first court appearance at the Gwinnett County Courthouse. However, you can get out of jail as soon as you are done being processed by the jail that is holding you. You do this by posting a bail bond, which a bail bondsman, such as ASAP Bail Bonds in Gwinnett County can do for you. Once you call ASAP Bail Bonds and give us some basic information about you or your loved one, we handle the rest. We'll post your bail in Gwinnett County, which goes to the jail where you or a loved one is being held. All we need from you is our premium fee, which is based on your bail amount, and collateral. This process is very quick, and you or your loved one will be set free. If you or a loved one has been arrested in Gwinnett County, call our bail bond company 24/7 today!
Cobb County is a county in northern Georgia, named after a U.S. Representative, Thomas Cobb. Located in Marietta, Cobb County Courthouse has gone through many buildings since its founding. The first courthouse was a one-room log cabin, which was quickly outgrown and replaced by a two-story building on the square of Marietta. Another building was constructed in 1852 that was subsequently burnt down by General Sherman during his famous march during the Civil War. In 1873, a new courthouse was built and remodeled on the square that included a clock tower. Finally, in 1966 an expanded set of buildings was opened.
Most people want to go to Cobb County courthouse for services such as registering to vote or obtaining a marriage license — not because they were arrested. However, it is here you will find yourself if you are arrested for at least your first hearing. Hopefully, as soon as you were processed for your arrest, you called ASAP Bail Bonds in Cobb County, and you are now free on bond while you await your court case to move through the legal system. Once you or a loved one called our bail bondsman, we handled the paperwork for you, as well as the actual posting of the bail. All you had to do was agree to pay our premium fee (a small percentage of the bail amount) and put up collateral. We'll help you every step of the way through your trial, and as long as you show up for court, that is all you are liable for. We receive our money back, and your case is finished. If you don't show up, you or whoever signed for your bail will be responsible for the entire amount. ASAP Bail Bonds in Cobb County is here for you. Call us today!
Barrow County sits in north-central Georgia with its county courthouse being in the town of Winder. Named after David Barrow, a former chancellor of the University of Georgia, Barrow County courthouse is relatively new, having been built in 1920. It features a clock tower in an octagonal dome and huge columns, sporting a Neoclassical architectural style. Many departments are housed here, from animal control to the Sheriff's Office. While Barrow County Courthouse is a lovely place to visit, it's not quite so quaint when you've been arrested.
The beautiful thing about living in America where you are innocent until proven guilty is the fact that you can't be held in jail indefinitely to await trial. Once you partner with your local bail bondsman, ASAP Bail Bonds in Barrow County, you'll be set free as soon as you or your loved one pays the premium fee (a percentage of your bail) and puts up collateral. This is the only amount you will have to pay for bail in Barrow County as long as you don't skip your court date. If you don't show up to court, you will be liable for the entire bail bond. The good news is that ASAP Bail Bonds in Barrow County is available 24/7 for bail or questions about the bail bond process. Our friendly bail bondsman can help. Call today!
Walton County is located in north-central Georgia and is named for George Walton who signed the Declaration of Independence. The Walton County courthouse is located in Monroe, the county seat. It was built in 1883; however, it is now a historical building only. Court cases are now held in the Walton County Government building right down the road. A big building, you can easily get lost there, which is why when you are arrested, it's best to call ASAP Bail Bonds in Walton County who can handle the bail bond side of things for you.
When you are arrested, you will be processed at whatever jail you were taken to. Once that is over, you are free to call your local bail bondsman, ASAP Bail Bonds in Walton County. Once you or a loved one partner with us, we take over from here. We'll handle all of the paperwork, and all you have to do is pay us a premium (a small proportion of your bail), and agree to put up collateral. This is in case you skip your court case, which would mean you would then be liable for the entire amount of bail in Walton County. Once you sign with us, it's a very quick process. We post your bail, and you are free to prepare for your day in court. We partner with you every step of the way, answering any questions you may have about the bail bond process in Walton County. We keep in touch till your day in court, at which time, if you show up, you are done with the bail bond process. If you are looking for 24-hour bail, call ASAP Bail Bonds in Walton County today!