Bail bonds get a person out of jail for the time before and during their trial. This person, the defendant, can live at home, go to work, be with family, hang out with friends and just go about as much of a regular, normal routine as possible (there may be some stipulations). It’s easy then to conclude that bail bonds benefits the defendant. Obviously. But their getting out of jail by means of a bail bond benefits more than just them.
Bail bonds benefit the entire family and possibly even friends of the defendant. Bail bonds are most ideal cost-wise because instead of needing to pay the entire 100% of the bail bond to the court, only 10-15% is paid to the bail company like Adams Bail Bonds. Plus, this percentage is paid off on a payment plan, keeping monthly dues low. This means that the family and friends who are financially responsible have more funds to use on other necessary things like rent, education, food, lawyers, etc.
Because the defendant can live at home, he or she can spend time with the ones who love them most – siblings, spouses, children. This is very precious time as it may be taken away for a period of time at the end of trial.
Moreover, the family and friends may also benefit from any income the defendant can continue to rack in as he or she returns to work as allowed.
No lives will be stopped during this process, not if we at Adams Bail Bonds can help it. It may be briefly paused, but only briefly. Otherwise, we will help get your lives back on track with as much normalcy as possible.