18 Jan What Documents Do I Need Before Starting the Bail Process?
One of the first things we’re asked when it comes to bail is what documents we need before we can start the process. You’ll be surprised to learn that we don’t require a lot of documentation and it’s things you can quickly locate.
The first thing we’ll need is a picture ID. We need the idea of every person involved in the process. That means if you’re co-signing for a loved one, we’ll need yours as well as you’re loved one. Don’t stress if you’ve loved one had their ID on them at the time of the arrest, making it impossible for you to get. We can arrange things with the jail and court to see the ID and make a copy for our records.
It is important to make sure your ID is current. An expired driver’s license or Hawaii identification card is not considered a valid ID.
Proof of residence is the next thing we need. This doesn’t have to be anything fancy. Most people use a utility bill or bank statement. You simply need something official that shows your address. Utility bills are nice because they have your address on them even if all of your mail goes to a P.O. box.
The last thing we need is proof of income. The best thing to prove you are gainfully employed is a pay stub or tax papers. We need this before we can even think about working with you to create a payment plan.
Depending on the circumstances, we may require collateral. When this is the case, we will need the title or deed of whatever you’re submitting as collateral.
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We have been providing bail bonds for people just like yourself for decades. Not only are we one of the most experienced bail bond agencies in Hawaii, but we’re also the most trusted. You can’t go wrong when you turn to us for your bail bond needs.