Bail Bond Newark DE

Bail Bonds Delaware

We specialize in Cash and Secured bail bonds in Delaware. With our home office in New Castle County, we provide bail for New Castle County, Kent and Sussex Counties.

bail bonds wilmington

Bail Bonds Wilmington DE

Call us and we will help you out right away. We can get your friends or family released from jail ASAP.

Immigration bail bonds Wilmington DE

Delaware Bail Bonds

We cover bail bonds Newark DE, as well as all of Delaware, and can take care of your Dover bail bonds immediately. Call us for advice.

Bail Bonds Delaware

About Delaware Bail Bonds 

If a loved one or close friend gets arrested, you will want to get them released as soon as possible. This is a challenging time for everyone; the defendant, and their friends and family. We understand your desire for their prompt release. We can facilitate a fast jail release that is simple, quick, and affordable.

In Delaware, the process of releasing someone who has been arrested is relatively simple. We can generally have them released within just 1-2 hours, as long as the jail isn’t too busy and the reason for arrest isn’t too extreme. Sometimes we can even have your friend/loved one released before seeing the inside of a jail cell!

We make ourselves available 7 days/week, 24 hours/day. You can call on us anytime for a fast and easy jail release using bail bonds Delaware. We know that times like this can be challenging, so we want to make it less stressful for you. We never judge or ask questions about how this happened, here at Your Freedom Bail Bonds Newark DE. We just work for you to get your friend back at home where they are safe and comfortable. Learn more about us here.

Get Instant Bail Advice

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

The Arrest Process:

After a person is arrested, they will be brought to the jail or nearest station to be processed and booked. This process often takes a long time. After booking is complete, there are a few different things that can happen: 1). The arrested person (defendant) may be allowed to leave the jail on their Own Recognizance. 2). The court or jail may set bail and arraignment. In this case, the defendant can either post bail on his/her own, or contact a bail bond agency for them to post a bond so they can be released and get back home.

Costs and Fees for Bail Bonds Delaware

In the majority of states in the U.S., the cost of a bond is set according to law. It is important to understand this when you are looking for a bail bond company. The fee for a bail bond  (10%) is set by Delaware law, and is determined based on the full bail amount. For example: If a full bail amount is $30,000, the fee charged by a bail agency would be $3,000. Here are a few facts you should know about this fee:

  • The bail bond company shouldn’t add any hidden fees or extra taxes.
  • Fee is non-refundable.
  • Fee cannot be negotiated, as set by the Delaware Department of Insurance.

Don’t be drawn in by a bail agency offering “cheap Delaware bail bonds.” Discounted rates are illegal, because they are lower than the rate approved by the state. The agency is either offering illegal bonds, or they are going to add on hidden fees and taxes to reach the standard rate once you’ve signed the contract. We understand the difficulty of unplanned expenses like bail bonds Dover DE. Instead of offering illegal or dishonest bonds, we work hard to create a payment plan that works for you. Often, we are able to work out 0% financing payment plans, or other alternatives. In some cases, we are able to do no collateral bail  bonds (for qualified applicants). Whatever your situation, we want to help you get your family member/friend back home – we know how to help.

The Delaware Bail Bonds Process:

  1. Contact us immediately! We will work with you to process the bond with the least amount of paperwork and time required.
  2. We will process the paperwork to secure your bond. You may send it by fax or email to speed up the process!
  3. We have many payment options and plans to choose from.
  4. We contact the court to post bail, with fast release to follow.

Collateral is not required in most cases! Call us now  (302) 588-5031

Serving: bail bonds Wilmington, bail bonds Newark, bail bonds Dover DE, and throughout the state of Delaware. If you have any questions regarding the process of getting someone out of jail, don’t hesitate to contact us. We will answer your questions and make sure you understand the next steps you need to take to get a friend/family member released.

What Are Bail Bonds?

Formally known as a “surety bond,” a bail bond is a surety that states that a person accused of a crime will appear in court when summoned. This means that the person is able to leave the jail and wait for their trial at home. Since Delaware bail bonds are an economic surety, bail money is posted on the defendant during a bail hearing. A close relative or friend may act on behalf of the defendant and bail them out. If you have any questions about this process, please call us – we would be happy to answer them.

When does the Release take place?

Release usually happens within 1-2 hours of contacting us regarding bail bonds Dover DE and across Delaware. Depending on the size of the jail, it can take a few minutes to several hours to be officially released with paperwork completed. You will be given your court date and belongings and then you will be free to leave. Booking can take a long time, so you must note that we cannot start the bail process until booking is complete!  This may lengthen the time until the defendant is released.

Why Choose Us?

We are committed to integrity and honesty in the way we do business. As a family owned business, we put our reputation on the line each and every day when we write a bail bond for you or a family member. We take the time necessary give you a good understanding of the bail bonds Delaware process. This is a tough time for people, and trying to understand the legal process of the jail system is often overwhelming. Most people don’t think they’ll ever need to contact a bail bond agent, so we try to make the process as simple and painless as possible. We spend every day helping people who are in need – those who are confused and frustrated, and need advice and guidance. The legal system is intimidating. You need a friend to be there every step of the way as you work to get a family member released.