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Our online application only takes a few seconds to fill out. Get started with us by providing your name, phone number, email, and zip code, that’s it!


Once you click submit, one of our representatives will contact you you by phone immediately to gather the rest of your information and guide you through the rest of the process.

Why should I use ClickBail?

It's important that you use a licensed and trustworthy bail bondsman. If you don't, you could end up struggling to get collateral you put down returned or discover that the service accepted your money but did not pay for a person's bail. Our form only takes a minute or two to fill out, and doing so will put you in touch with someone from our network of bondsmen who can help you get an individual released from jail quickly and easily.

It normally takes about 10 to 15 minutes for a bail bondsman to get in touch with you after you fill out our form.

The Bail Bonds Process

Bail is set - When someone is taken into custody, whether it is for unpaid traffic tickets or in relation to a crime, bail will normally be set for their release. Bail is what it costs to allow someone to be released from jail, and bail is a way of providing an incentive for someone to show up in court. Bail payments are returned once a person shows up in court or their legal issue is resolved. If the individual fails to appear in court, the money is not returned.

Bond amounts - Bonds may be as low as $50, but they can also be much higher. It is not uncommon for bonds to run as high as a thousand dollars, and in some cases, they can be tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars. If someone's bond is not met, they must stay in jail until they are seen by a judge.

Getting help from a bondsman - If you don't have the funds on hand to bail someone out of jail, a bail bondsman can provide the money needed to get someone released from custody. We have a network of trusted and licensed bail bondsman in an enormous number of locations. ClickBail can connect you with bondsmen in your area who can assist you in getting someone released from police custody. Within minutes of filling out our form, you'll be connected to a local bondsman who can assist you at any time of day or night.

Paying the bond - You normally just need to know the name of the person who has been arrested and the general area they were taken into custody. Bondsmen usually have systems that can help them determine exactly where someone is being held if you're not totally sure. A bail bondsman can provide the money required to bond a person out. The bail bondsman will arrange for the payment to be made and the individual to be released, so once you've come to an agreement with the bondsman, your work is done.

How do you make payments to bail bondsmen?

Once you sign a contract with a bondsman, you will usually need to make a payment. Most bondsmen charge a percentage of the total bond amount, and percentages can range from 10 to 25 percent depending on the service. For very large bonds, you may be required to put down collateral. Car and home titles are usually accepted, and some services also accept credit cards. Titles are returned once the bond amount has been returned to the bail bondsman.

Many bail bondsmen prefer that you pay for their services in cash. If you do use a credit card or a debit card, you may be charged a fee for doing so. This can either be a flat rate, such as a $10 charge, or a percentage of the total amount you are paying them.

General Information

What type of paperwork do I need when using a bondsman?
In most cases, the only paperwork you'll need when working with a bail bondsman is a driver's license or some form of picture ID. However, if the bail amount is very large, you may need to put down something to secure the bail. In these cases, you'll need the title to whatever property you're using as collateral.

How long does it take for the person to be released after paying bail bondsman?
Most of the time, it only takes a few hours for someone to be released from jail after a bondsman has been paid. However, the amount of time can vary significantly depending on a number of factors, most of which are beyond the bondsman's control.

Before someone can be released, they must be entered into the jail's system and processed. From there, the bond is accepted and paperwork can be processed for an individual's release. The amount of time it takes to enter someone into the system and process their release depends on how many other people need to be processed.
If a large number of individuals have been arrested, it may take several hours for someone to be released. On the other hand, if there are few people in jail and a facility is efficient, people can be out in less than an hour.

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