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We provide professional and expedient bail bonding services in both Richland and Lexington counties in the midlands of South Carolina.
Bail Bond Services
Discreet and courteous advice
Our friendly, compassionate staff can assist with all bail bonding matters: bond setting, posting, bond requirements, and liability.
We are licensed at the municipal level (including Forest Acres), county and state grand jury.
We Serve All Of SC
We can arrange for the release of an individual in most every county within the state of South Carolina.
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We’ve Been Serving The Midlands For Over 15 Years
As a family-owned business established in 2000, EZ Out Bail Bonds has provided professional and expedient bail bonding services in both Richland and Lexington counties. We offer discreet and courteous advice on all bail bonding matters: bond setting, posting, bond requirements, and liability. We offer federal, state, and local bail bonding. Additionally, we can arrange for the release of an individual in most every county within the state of South Carolina. We are available 24/7, provide civil process services and notary of the public services.
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How Does Bail Work?
Bail is an amount of money that the courts charge for the release of a defendant while the defendant awaits the completion of his or her criminal trial.
How much is bail?
The amount of bail is based on the crime or crimes that the defendant has been accused of committing, as well as other factors, such as past offenses and additional reasons for the arrest. The amount of bail, therefore, will vary from a defendant to defendant, even though the base rate for the bail will be the same for each similar offense in Richland County or Lexington County.
What happens when a person is arrested?
When an individual is arrested, generally, they will be taken to a local law enforcement station for processing and booking.
Can I just pay the jail for the full amount of the bail?
Yes, you can. To be released on cash bail, an individual must post the full amount of the bail with the court in the form of cash or cashiers check.
What if I don't have the money for the full bail amount?
In cases where the defendant cannot afford to pay the full amount of bail on his or her own, the defendant may opt to work with a bail bonding company to pay for the bail. A bail bonding company will give the court the amount of the bail in exchange for a percentage of the total cost of the bail. In turn the bail bonding company will stand in for the defendant for the entire amount of bail with the court.
How long does it take to have a defendant released from jail?
The defendant will be released after the bail agent posts the bond. However, release times vary from jail to jail. It usually takes anywhere from 1 to 4 hours to be released. EZ-Out Bail Bonds will do everything possible to expedite the release of your loved one. Unfortunately, however, it is very little that we can do after we sign the bond. The city and county jails, nationwide, each have their own protocol. Rest assured, we are here to answer every question and ease every fear.
What other services can you assist with?
We can help not only post the bail bond but help individuals get in contact with entities that can help them fulfill any other conditions of the bail bond such as counseling, GED requirements, house arrest, and more.