My office for bail bonds Springfield, MO can rely on is directly across from the Greene County jail in Springfield Missouri. I provide service around the clock seven days a week. If you have a friend or loved one in jail or who wants to turn themselves in feel free to call me at any hour.
Dial Us and ask for Assistance!
When you do please try to have the following information ready so that we may speed the process.
- The name of the person in jail or the one who wants to turn themselves in.
- When, why, where and by whom they were arrested or where they have a warrant.
- The name and phone numbers of all persons trying to assist you in or near Springfield, MO. In other words, parents, spouse, other relationships or friends.
I understand the confusion and uncertainty that families feel when a person is arrested. You will have many questions and probably would like some help resolving this. I can’t provide legal advice but I can help you understand the process and I can provide you with the information you need to find a public defender or private legal council as well as help you out with bail bonds in Springfield.
How much will this cost?
Posting bail traditionally costs a 10% non-refundable fee of the total amount of the bond. For instance in most cases a $1,000 bond would require $100 to be posted. (Note: people who have failed to appear in court are often assessed a 20% fee.) The defendant will also need a cosigner for their bond. The cosigner is a person who promises to see that the defendant goes to court and who agrees to pay the full amount of the bond plus any fees associated with remanding the defendant back into custody should they violate the terms of their bond.
Who can Co-sign?
Generally speaking I will accept anyone who has known the defendant for more than a year and who has been employed for more than a year. Significant others can not be cosigners.
Do you only write Bail Bonds in Springfield Missouri?
My office is in Springfield but I write bail bonds or can arrange for bail bonds to be written for any county in Missouri.
I want to turn myself in then post bond, do I go to the jail?
No! Do not go to the jail! Call me and I will set up an appointment to see you. We will do the paperwork first, collect payment and then walk you to the jail to be processed for a Book and Release. This dramatically cuts the time it takes for you to be released and assures you will not be put in general population while waiting for your paperwork to clear.
How long will this take?
It typically takes fewer than 30 minutes to post a bond and release is common within the following hour though it could be longer if the jail is experiencing high traffic.
When will I find out about a new court?
The jail will provide a new court date upon release.
Note: I am a silent professional in surety recovery with extensive connections in Southwest Missouri.