We get it. A payment plan that allows you to get out of jail seems a little strange. It feels like the kind of thing that should have to be paid in full.
While we understand how odd the idea of a bail bonds payment plan sounds, we also know how difficult it is to find the 1% to 5% fee we charge for a bail bond. It’s not like you had a great deal of advanced warning and were able to save up. Our hope is that by creating a zero interest, zero money down program we provide you with the means to reunite with your loved ones rather than spending months in jail while you wait for your case to go to trial.
There are several benefits connected to a bail bonds payment plan.
The most obvious benefit is that it enables people who are financially strapped to be released from jail. They are able to go to work, which will not only provide them with the money needed to stay on top of their bail bond payments, but also earn enough to help with their legal defense, pay their mortgage, and handle other expenses.
Being in jail is stressful. It quickly takes a toll on both physical and mental health. Taking advantage of a bail bonds payment plan makes it possible for the accused to go home where they are able to relax, seek medical treatment when needed, and simply feel better than they would had they remained in jail.
Being released on a bail bond that has a payment plan makes planning a legal defense against the charges easier. The accused can go directly to the lawyer’s office for meetings, rather than having to wait for the lawyer to visit the jail. The accused will also enjoy complete privacy and discretion while they are at the law offices, something that can’t always be guaranteed in a county jail.
If it looks like the case will conclude with the accused spending some time in jail, the fact that they accepted a payment plan for a bail bonds means they have the ability to prepare things such as a better savings account, auto bill payments, and more that allows them to make sure that everything will be okay while they serve their sentence.
Reasons to call Hawaii Bail Bonds as soon as you’ve been arrested include: