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- Payment plans may be available with City of Atlanta bonds.
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FOLLOW THESE STEPS
- To post bail, first take note of the county your friend or loved one is being held in.
- Call our Atlanta bail bonds agent about the basic details of the defendant’s charge(s).
- We’ll tell you the bail amount and payment options on the bond.
- Our bail bond service staff will immediately get to work on the inmate’s release.
- Your friend or loved one gets bonded & released from jail.
- Make sure the defendant shows up for the judge on their court date or the bond becomes null and void!
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After an arrest has been made within the city limits of Atlanta, Georgia the defendant will most likely be taken to the City Detention Center, located at 254 Peachtree St SW or will be transferred to the Fulton detention facility. The defendant will then go through the booking process. The inmate must be fully booked into the system before he or she can be eligible for a bond and be allowed to post bail.
The Jail’s Booking Process Includes:
- Identity verification
- Photograph or mug shot
- Property inventory
- Formal charges
- Bail eligibility determination
The defendant won’t be able to get bondsmen to post bail until they have been completely booked into the system. This can take a few hours. Furthermore, they might have to be transferred to a county detention center. This often happens in criminal cases that aren’t simple traffic violations or unpaid tickets. The City Detention Center handles bench warrants and traffic violations while county jails handle more severe charges. If you aren’t sure what the inmate’s bail amount is, call the City of Atlanta at (404) 865-8001. You can also check on the booking status of the individual by calling the facility directly. Only after an inmate has been booked will they be eligible to be bonded out. You can pay the full amount of bail directly to the jail or hire bonding companies for their services.
Qualifying for Atlanta Bail Bonds
The qualifications to cosign on a bail bond to get an inmate released from jail will vary a little bit from company to company. Generally speaking, you’ll have to have the following ready before you call a bail bondsman:
Qualifications of a Co-Signer on a Bail Bond:
- A Georgia Driver’s License or state issued I.D.
- Proof of income.
- Proof of Georgia residency for the last year and a half.
- A major credit card in your name.
- Money to post the bond and pay the jail’s fees.
In the case that you don’t meet these general requirements, there are several options that we can explore with you. We do our best to people get bonds written as quickly as humanly possible.
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Atlanta’s Crime Data:
With Atlanta’s population being 472,522 (as of the 2016 census) encompassing just 134.0 square miles, you can expect crime rates to be fairly high since we’re all living so close together. In fact a bond is written almost once and hour on an inmate’s behalf in the metro area. The traffic is horrible and the crime rate isn’t much better. Atlanta, Georgia ranked 14th in the U.S. with a violent crime rate of 1,120 violent crimes per 100,000 residents. According to Forbes, it is the 6th most dangerous place to live in the United States. Your chances of being a victim of a violent crime in the city is 1 in 85. Crime seems to be centered in poor neighborhoods south of Downtown.
With the new piece of legislation that Atlanta’s mayor, Keisha Lance Bottoms, has signed, more people are being released on their own recognizance (signature bond). When this happens, you don’t need to hire a bail bondsman, the accused just has to promise to be at their next court date.
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