Elite Bail Bonding is a quick and affordable bail bonding company serving Richland, Lexington, Kershaw County and the Forest Acres municipality. Our staff is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week to assist your loved ones with getting bonded.
No one plans on getting arrested, but if it happens, you should know how the bail bonds process works.
A judge sets bail after you get arrested. Bail is typically an unexpected expense, many defendants can’t afford to pay it on their own, so they work with a bail bonds company to post a portion of the bail on their behalf. Bail bond companies charge a non-refundable fee, set by law, to secure the defendant’s release from jail.
You can think of bail as an “insurance policy” to make sure a defendant appears in court for judicial proceedings related to their case.
Whether you are arrested for the first time or need a second chance, Elite Bail Bonding works with everyone. Calling a quick, reliable, and affordable bondsman should be your first step because we all know how unpleasant it is to get arrested.
We provide bail bond services in Richland and Lexington at all municipal levels. We are a seasoned bonding company that provides excellent customer service in the bail bonding sector. We accept several payment methods and payment arrangements customized to meet your needs.
We arrange bail bonds for driving under the influence (DUI), drug possession, burglary and theft, and other charges. The first step to getting your loved one released is to start the bail bond process. Call us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to help you or a loved one.
Got a DUI Charge? Elite Bail Bonding can get you bonded. Each county’s jail operates slightly differently with DUI Charges. Did you know you can lose your driving privileges when your license gets suspended or revoked if convicted of a DUI?
Do you or someone you know need to get out of jail after a drug-related charge? Elite Bail Bonding can get the process started today. We work with everyone charged with a variety of Drug charges.
Possession of drug paraphernalia
Driving under the influence of drugs (DUID)
Drug possession with intent to sell, manufacture or distribute
If you are arrested and charged with an offense, you are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Because you are presumed innocent, you can be released from custody until your court date if you make a written commitment to appear in court. This determination is called bail. You may have to put up money as part of your bail. The court can refuse bail if the Judge believes that someone is unlikely to show up to court or likely to commit another offense.
If the court isn’t satisfied with your promise to appear in court, they may decide to set a surety bond. A surety bondsman is a person who makes themselves responsible for you coming to court.
The immigration bond is a legal option to discharge a person in custody for immigration detention. You will still need to continue any efforts underway to gain legal status or to obtain permanent citizenship status in the USA.
The bond allows you to leave the jail with a few conditions while your case is pending. After getting released on bond, you still need to appear for all court hearings and report to the immigration officials when required. Elite Bail Bonding strongly suggest all detainees hire legal representation to assist in their case that specializes in immigration bonds or is familiar with working with ICE to get bonds processed.
We are available 24/7. Contact us for any Bail Bonding needs.
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