Getting stuck in jail can be very harsh and frustrating, especially if you don't have any money to pay off your bail. But what happens when you don't pay it off? How long do you have to stay in jail? Every trial is different and each person is unique to how long they are stuck in jail awaiting their trial. However, if you do not pay your bail money, you can expect to be in jail until the end of your hearing has been completed, which can be weeks to months or even years. Some bail amounts can be as high as a thousand dollars or more in some cases.
Wouldn't it be nice if you had a way to slip out of jail without paying your bail money? While it seems like it would be a dream come true, it's just a dream. One that sadly is close to impossible. If you are stuck in jail and don't have a way to pay off your bail, it might be wise to start looking for help, besides you don't know how long you will be stuck awaiting your trial. Some of the people you can ask for some extra cash to pay off your bail is family, close relatives, and friends. You might even be lucky to get some help from your church community seeing as if you attend church. Another way to pay off your bail is by calling a bail bondsman that can do it for you. A bail bond agent will have you pay only a fraction of the cost for a bond, and they will pay the rest to the court. The only thing is you won't be getting the money back after you've shown up to court for your trial. Instead, the bail bond company will use the fraction as part of your payment for using them. Not bad, though, beats having to wait in jail until your trial is completed.
Depending on the reason you were placed in jail and the amount of bail you have on your record, you can be stuck in jail for anywhere between a week to years. With that being said, trials are going on every day all around the world, and it's hard to get your trial completed within a week. You will usually be stuck in jail until the end of your hearing if you are unable to post bail.
There are bail bondsmen all around the world; if you're in Utah, you may want to consider hiring our agency, Sportsman's Bail Bonds. We have the best team of agents and we get you out of jail faster than ever. Call today to see what we can do for you. If you do end up calling a bail bond agent they will usually meet up with you at the jail bringing all the paperwork necessary to get you out; you'll be able to sign the papers and the bail bondsman will worry about everything else and get you home to your family. You will still have to pay a fraction of the bail to the bondsman for them to pay the bail to the court, in order to get you out of jail.
If you find yourself being charged for any crime, be sure to inform yourself of the current laws on bail. A bail bond agent can help you pay for bail so you can prepare for your trial.
If you or someone you know needs help getting a bail bond, Sportsman Bail Bonds is the place for you. We do our best to get you results fast. You can call us at 801-623-6877 or contact us online.