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MN Bail Bond Questions and Answers

How does bail work?
Posting a bail bond for a friend or loved one does not have to be a difficult process. Bonds are negotiated over the phone with agents. Agents will meet you at our office, the jail or wherever it is most convenient for you. Collateral is not always necessary. Up-front payment in full is not always required. Our service is confidential and professional. We are always available for your questions.

We believe our experience and knowledge will make the difference. We strive to provide professional and personal services so that posting bail for your friend or loved one can be a fast and simple process.

What forms of payment can I use?
Cash, check, credit card are acceptable. We make bail bonds affordable! Ask about our
payment plans and the additional documentation that is required. We work with you and
your budget to make the bonding experience and affordable and pleasant experience.

Can I take care of a warrant with Guaranteed Freedom Bail Bonds?
YES! Warrants are issued to a person when a judge wants to see them in court. Bail can be posted through GFBB. Most warrants can be processed at a police or sheriffs department with a GFBB agent without being brought into custody.

What are the benefits of bailing someone out of jail?
There are several benefits to consider: 1.) Defendants can go back to work, school, home, family, and continue with usual daily life. 2.) Permits the unhampered preparation of a defense. 3.) Serves to prevent the infliction of punishment prior to conviction.

What do I need to bail someone out of jail?
There are three things that a cosigner needs to bail someone out of jail: 1.) Valid ID 2.) Pay Check Stub 3.) Utility Bill 4.) U.S. Citizen 5.) Must be 18 or older

How long does it take for paperwork?
It will take about 20 minutes

How long does it take for a person can get out of jail?
It depends on the jail and the county the defendant was arrested in. Most facilities are 30 minutes to four hours.

How much do you charge for your services?
The cost, or premium, will typically be 10% of the total amount of the bond plus costs.

What is a bail bond indemnitor?
A bail bond indemnitor is the co-signer for the bail bond. The indemnitor is the person who typically provides the collateral and premium for the defendant.