Big Mike Bail Bonds

 

Big Mike Bail Bonds

919-934-5656

Sometimes, bad things happen to good people.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1What's the fastest way to get out of jail?

The fastest way to get out of jail is to call Big Mike at 919-934-5656.

If you find yourself in jail in central or eastern North Carolina, Big Mike Bail Bonds is the professional to turn to. Discreet, fast, and affordable, Big Mike Bail Bonds works to get you or your loved one out of jail fast.

2Do you get bail money back?

If you were able to bail yourself out of jail, there is a possibility that you’ll be able to get your money back.

Using a bail bondsman means you won’t get your bail money back. The bondsman’s job is to negotiate the terms of your bond, so you can be released from jail. This usually means the bondsman puts up a percentage of your bail with the understanding that you’ll appear in court

3Are bail bonds agents cops?

No, bail bonds agents are not cops but they can arrest you.

When a defendant agrees to let a bondsman pay their bail, they sign away their right to refuse the bondsman’s search of any dwelling they occupy, as well as their right to due process of law during the arrest. A bond company may also require other special conditions as a part of posting bail, such as curfews, drug tests, etc. It all goes into the contract.

4What do bondsmen accept as collateral?

Each bonding office will have their own standards but for the most part you can expect them to accept various forms of bail collateral.

Some example of collateral include real estate, cars, credit cards, stocks, bonds, jewelry, personal credit, and bank accounts

5Can the defendant leave North Carolina, or the country while out on bond?

You will have to get permission from the bonding office in writing before attempting to do so.

If the court has given you direct instructions not to leave the state or country you must then get permission from the bail agent and the court before leaving. Otherwise you are subject to arrest.