ASAP Bail Bonds offers the provision of several different types of bonds. Persona, federal, cash, surety, and transfer are just a few we can provide. However, a different kind of bond is called the non-arrest bond, which can give you an advantage.
Following your initial arrest, you will receive a hearing date assignment. At this trial, the presiding judge will either grant or deny bail. If the judge sets a bail amount, then this means you can request release from prison through a bail bond.
A bail bond is essentially a contractual agreement between yourself and the courts that you will follow certain regulations put forth by the judge until your trial. Furthermore, it states that you agree to appear at every trial date you are assigned.
The judge in charge of your legal case could put restrictions in place that govern your actions upon release from prison. For instance, they might require you to submit to drug testing once a week or to refrain from certain activities like drinking. Furthermore, they could order you to stay away from certain persons that are involved in your trial.
No matter what their restrictions are, it is important to follow them. Violating these orders or refusing to show up at your trial will typically result in a warrant for your arrest.
What is a Non-Arrest Bond?
A non-arrest bond is essentially one that prevents you from being arrested for not appearing in court. If local law enforcement releases a warrant for your arrest, you can post bail before going to jail by requesting a non-arrest bond. These bonds will come with similar regulations as other types of bonds.
Non-arrest bonds are more complicated than receiving simple cash or personal bonds. They often require the knowledge of an experienced bail bond agent that can help you through the process. In fact, it is a good idea to ask your bail bond agent what their proven track record looks like for these bonds.
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ASAP Bail Bonds has been serving the Greater Houston area for many years. In that time, we have helped thousands of inmates return home until their court trial. Our reputation for honest and quality service, known throughout the region, proves our commitment to each client’s needs.