Types Of Bail Bonds In Columbus Ohio

Bail Bonds Services
There are many different types of bail bonds out there. Luckily, our team of professional bail bondsmen is always standing by to help you with any and all of your bail bond needs. We are an affordable bail bonds service and are looking to assist you. If you have any kind of bail questions, first refer to the types of bonds listed below and then give us a call.

Traffic Bail Bonds

If you are currently dealing with a loved one who has been arrested and needs traffic bail bonds at an Ohio jail, HB Bail Bonds can help. Read more…

Warrant Bail Bonds

A bail bond is an option that most people take to avoid arrest on an outstanding warrant. Contact HB Bail Bonds and we will do the research and determine the status of your warrant and all the options open to you. If bail can be posted on your warrant, then we will post a surety bond to ensure your continued freedom. After the bond is posted, your warrant will be recalled and a date will be set for your appearance in court. Read more…

Weapons Bail Bonds

When weapons bail bonds are posted the individual can be released from jail within 2 to 24 hours. In the event that bail is not posted, they will be held in custody until their arraignment. Arraignment normally happens within two business days. Weapons bail bonds can normally be obtained 24 hours a day. HB Bails Bonds is here to help you with weapons bail bonds 365 days a year. The legal system doesn’t stop and neither do we! Read more…

Immigration Bail Bonds

An immigration bond is a unique type of surety bond known as a federal civil bond. Federal means that this class of bond is regulated by the Federal Government and civil means that no crime has been committed. Living unlawfully within the United States is not a criminal offense and while one can be detained for living unlawfully, they cannot face a criminal charge for being in the US illegally. Now, if someone living unlawfully within the US commits a criminal offense, then not only will they go to jail and have to deal with the repercussions of their actions, they will be facing deportation from the US once their criminal case is resolved. Read more…

Felony Bail Bonds

We can handle all bail amounts for any felony charges at all Ohio jails. You can quickly and easily handle the bail bond paperwork from the convenience of your own home by simply using email, phone, or fax. We can also have one of our licensed bondsmen meet with you directly at your home, office, or the jail where your friend or family member is being detained on a felony charge. We’re always happy to work within your needs. Read more…

Drug Bail Bonds

In the event that an individual is charged with drug possession such as having marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, or heroin, he or she will be arraigned and bail will be set. Bail must be paid in order for the individual to be released from jail. Read more…

Domestic Bail Bonds

Domestic Violence Bail Bonds are needed in the event that you or a loved one is arrested for domestic violence. The judge sets the amount of bail that is required to be released from police custody. In this situation, the suspect agrees to appear in court when he or she is requested to by a judge. Should you or a loved one fail to appear in court during the scheduled hearing, your Domestic Violence Bail Bonds will be forfeited. Read more…

Misdemeanor Bail Bonds

When accused of a misdemeanor an individual may need to secure misdemeanor bail bonds. Typically, a misdemeanor is sent to the accused by the prosecutor’s office and requests the individuals to appear in court. During the arraignment, the accused may be required to obtain a misdemeanor bail bonds in order not to have to spend the time between the arraignment and the hearing in jail. Bail helps to ensure that the person accused of a crime appears in court when requested. Read more…

DUI Bail Bonds

After an individual is arrested for a DUI offense, they will remain in jail until they are taken before a magistrate or judge and arraigned. The general purpose of the magistration process is to advise you of the charges that have been filed against you and to set a bond or a bail amount. The amount of your DUI bail and the procedures for making bond will depend on the criminal laws of the state in which you are arrested and the local rules of the county or parish. Read more…

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