Numerous Delaware bail bond companies can bail you (or another person) out anytime day or night in Delaware. We make it simple to find and contact a licensed bail bond agent in Delaware. Upon contacting a bail bondsman, many bail agents can come pick you up discreetly. Payment plans are usually available depending on each case.
To better understand how bail bonds work in Delaware, you need to know all bail options available to you and how the bail process works. Upon arrest anywhere in the state of Delaware, a person must be processed at the local county jail. To be released from jail, several steps must occur, including being booked into jail and posting bail.
The Delaware judge will determine what the bail amount will be and what bail options you have. In Delaware, you can be released on Own Recognizance (OR) which is typically used on smaller crimes where the judge finds you low risk and has strong confidence that you will show up to court. There are no bail costs with this option. The second best option for release in Delaware is Unsecured Bail or Signature, where the court sets a bail amount but you do not have to pay any of it unless you violate release terms like not appearing in court. At that time, the full bail amount will be demanded from you.
If Own Recognizance and Unsecured Bail are not options for you, a Delaware bail bondsman can be contacted to post the bail bond for you at the local jail. After bail is posted in Delaware, the jail release procedure starts and typically takes anywhere from one to two hours to be completed. Even though cash bonds are allowed, they are not commonly used due to the high up-front expense.
Delaware Bail Bonds agents can help you with all your surety needs:
- Delaware Surety Bail Bonds
- Delaware Property Bail Bonds
- Delaware Immigration Bail Bonds
Regarding how much bail costs in Delaware, the state’s bail bond fee structure is similar to most other states. In Delaware, bonds are set by the state at 10% maximum. Please note that there are a few option in Delaware in how you can be released from jail.
A judicial officer can release you from jail via Own Recognizance, unsecured bail, or signature. You can also obtain cash to be released without a fee, or you can get secured bail from a bail bondsman at the 10% fixed fee structure.
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