Bail bonds allow families to be together during the holidays through their simple and streamlined process
If you’ve ever found yourself receiving news that a close personal friend or family member is in jail, then you know just how helpless that feeling is. At that point in time, you want nothing more than to get your loved one out of that cell and back into their home, where you can spend time with them during the holiday season, until they are scheduled for their court appearance.
Fortunately, for those who find themselves in this situation, the rise of bail bonds has made it easier for these people to post bail for their friends and family. In Minneapolis alone, there are more than a dozen independently owned bail bonds whose goal is to provide you with the necessary funding needed to post bail. These bail bonds offer competitive bond rates, flexible payment plans, as well as simple credit terms.
Bond amounts tend to be fairly high, and for many people, they cannot afford to cover the cost of it on their own. But for those who seek out the services of bail bonds, they can get that money in no time.
“Everyone has a constitutional right to bail, regardless of whether or not they can afford it on their own,” says Patti Goldberg, owner of Goldberg Bail Bonds, which has been offering services in the bail bond industry for over a 111 years, “People come to us in their time of need, and through our simple process, we are able to bring families back together.”
These days, where there is a high demand for convenience from consumers within the service industry, simplifying your business’s process is one of the top priorities.
The bail bond industry is no different, with some bail bonds starting to include the option to both acquire and post bail online, allowing defendants and their family and friends to avoid calling a bail bondsman or working directly through the jail.
The ability to post bail should not be limited to those who can afford it out of pocket, and bail bond companies realize that. Today, regardless of their socioeconomic status, anyone has the opportunity to get their loved one out of a jail cell and back home for the holidays where they belong.