WHY BIG RED BAIL BONDS?
Big Red Bail Bonds is committed to providing fast, friendly, and professional bail bond services, available 24/7 to help solve problems and answer questions for our clients.
Our experienced agents are dedicated to serving all 77 counties in Oklahoma, with main offices located in Cleveland County (Norman) and McClain County (Purcell) and additional agents in Oklahoma County and Grady County.
Whether you need a bail bond in OKC or any other municipal court, our agents can assist you anytime. We pride ourselves on our network of associates and agents who are always ready to provide prompt and reliable services.
If you have a loved one who has been arrested and taken to the local police station or Norman, OK, Police Department, we understand the urgency and importance of getting them out of jail as soon as possible. Trust Big Red Bail Bonds to help you navigate the bail bond process and secure the release of your loved one.
1. Judge Will Set Bail Amount:
Almost immediately after being booked in the jail, the judge will set the bail bond amount for your friend or loved one. They must pay this amount in order to get out of jail. The courts require payment to insure that the defendant returns for all court appearances and dates.
2. Meet with a Bail Bondsman:
It can be difficult to come up with a large amount of cash in order to pay the Cleveland County bail bond. This is where a bail bondsman comes in. Big Red Bail Bonds is a licensed bail bonds company and will help you get the defendant out of jail quickly.
3. Posting an Cleveland County, OK Bail Bond:
Posting a bail bond with a Cleveland County agent involves signing a financial contract as the indemnitor (co-signer) on the bond, guaranteeing the defendant’s appearance in court. The bail bond fee, typically 10-20% of the bail amount, is non-refundable. Once posted, the defendant can be released from jail.
4. Defendant Returns for Court Hearings:
After signing a bail bonds contract, it is crucial for the defendant to attend all court hearings and dates. Failure to do so means the indemnitor (co-signer) will be responsible for paying the full bail amount and any costs incurred by the bail bonds agent. Do not post bail for an untrustworthy individual who may not show up to court.
How Does Bail Work?
The bond may be determined by a bond schedule or a Judge, depending on the charges. Please note that seeing a Judge is not immediate and can take at least one day or more.
How Do Payments Work?
Our bail bondsmen are available to answer any and all of your questions regarding the bailout process, collateral issues, indemnity, payment options and more.
How Soon Can I Post Bail?
Our services include bail consultation, walk-through and probation violation bail, all with quick and reliable 24-hour service.