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    1419 Bradford St NE
    Grand Rapids, MI 49503

    Service in Your Time of Need

    Going to jail can be stressful for both you and your family. If you have questions about the bail bond process, we will be more than happy to answer them. Below are some of our most commonly asked questions.

    What is a bail bond?
    A bail bond is also known as a surety bond. It is a financial guarantee to the court that gets the defendant out of jail while promising that the defendant will show up for their pending court date. If the defendant does not meet the conditions of the court, such actions will forfeit the bond and a warrant will be issued for arrest.

    How much does a bail bond cost?
    Once a bail amount has been set for the defendant, a bail bond will usually cost approximately 10 percent of that bail amount.

    Where, when and how can I get a bail bond?
    You can purchase a bail bond for yourself or your loved one by giving us a call at 616-456-5155.

    What if a cash bail is needed?
    If a cash bail is required by the court, then the entire bail amount must be delivered to the court in order for the defendant to be released from jail. No bail bonds can be used.

    If you have any questions regarding eligibility for bond, please give us a call at 616-456-5155 
    Click here for directions to our office.


    A person may be denied bail if:

    • The individual committed a violent crime with a maximum penalty of 10+ years of imprisonment.
    • The individual committed a crime that is punishable by either a life sentence or the death penalty.
    • The individual committed a drug offense with a sentence of 10+ years imprisonment.
    • The individual has been convicted of two felony offenses.
    • The individual is considered a flight risk.
    • The individual poses a threat to witnesses or jury members.
    • The individual tries to obstruct justice in any way, shape or form.

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