Sunday, August 23, 2020

STAY OUT OF THE HEAT

Phoenix Bail Bonds


HOT SUMMER – and the last thing you want to do is drive to the jail to post bail for a friend. The heat can be unbearable at times and the traffic in downtown Phoenix is worse.

Don’t stress out! There is no need to leave the air conditioned comfort of home. Phoenix Bail Bonds can put your bond together over the phone. All you need is a valid credit card with the available credit limit. Verification can be handled via computer, cell phone, Fax or email. You can even make a deposit to one of our bank accounts or use Zelle. We have done everything in our power to make life easy for you. We are the original Phoenix Bail Bonds company Phoenix Bail Bonds (602) 267-9057

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Sunday, August 16, 2020

POST BAIL FROM THE COMFORT OF HOME

 

POST BAIL FROM THE COMFORT OF HOME


You don't have to leave the comfort of home to post bail. We can take your credit card information over the phone and validate your information and approval via email, fax, or even text.

Alternatively, instead of using a credit card you may choose to make a bank deposit to one of our accounts, you may wire funds, or you can do an online transfer with Zelle.

Posting bail on a friend or family member couldn't be easier with Phoenix Bail Bonds. We are the original Phoenix Bail Bonds Company and we make life easy on our clients.

Call (602) 267-9057

Tuesday, March 17, 2020

Corona Virus Bail Bonds

USE A CREDIT CARD POST BAIL FROM HOME


STAY SAFE – Avoid the jail. Post bail with a credit card, or make a bank deposit. Phoenix Bail Bonds offers posting bail from the comfort and safety of your home. We can take your information over the phone with validation using Email, Fax or Text. Alternatively you may make a deposit to one of our bank accounts. Once the bond has been exonerated and returned, your bail amount is refunded (fees are non-refundable). Avoiding pubic places, or “Social Distancing” is the norm of the day until the Coronavirus has passed; reduce your risk by posting bail with Phoenix Bail Bonds. Call: Phoenix Bail Bonds (602) 267-9057 https:phoenixbailbonds.co/

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Sunday, February 23, 2020

FREE BAIL



THE BAIL PROJECT is an organization that provides free bail to those that cannot afford bail and are unable to obtain help through a bondsman. The process requires you to fill out an application at https://bailproject.org/help and one of their employees, a "Bail Disrupter" will get hold of you.

Phoenix Bail Bonds is not affiliated with "The Bail Project"; however, we are happy to inform you of an organization that advertises a free way out of jail for those that truly cannot afford the conventional service of a bondsman.

For those clients that prefer the service of seasoned professionals and require immediate help, please call:

(602) 267-9057

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Sunday, December 1, 2019

Early Disposition Court

EARLY DISPOSITION COURT

"The fastest way out of an ugly situation"


What is Early Disposition Court (EDC)?


Early Disposition Court, or EDC, is a court hearing designed to bring criminal cases to resolution with the fewest possible court appearances. The goal is to make the criminal justice system more efficient by providing a quick disposition to the case while still protecting the rights of all parties involved. In Maricopa County, cases filed in EDC involve victimless charges of possession of illegal drugs for personal use and/or paraphernalia. With these cases many defendants are ordered to participate in substance abuse treatment programs in lieu of prosecution.

How Does it work?

After the Initial Appearance (the first hearing after an arrest), the County Attorney decides if a case should go to EDC. If the case meets the criteria for EDC, a hearing is set for an EDC session. At that EDC session, the defendant is arraigned, and a plea agreement is offered by the County Attorney. If the defendant accepts the plea agreement, sentencing will occur that day or another EDC session. If the defendant does not accept the offered plea agreement, there are two options. More time is allowed to reach a plea agreement by the next EDC session; or the case is set for a traditional court session. Phoenix Bail Bonds (602) 267-9057

Sunday, November 24, 2019

Large Bail Bond Worries?

LARGE PHOENIX BAIL BONDS


Phoenix Bail Bonds is your solution to Large Bail Bonds at the Maricopa County Jail. We understand the stress of the situation and the panic that prevents you from thinking clearly when a large bond amount is involved. We can help guide you by providing direction and offering a series of available alternatives. We can take your panic away. If you need help with a large bond and want to know your options, call Phoenix Bail Bonds : (602) 267-9057 “The original Phoenix Bail Bonds company”
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Cash Bail Bonds in Phoenix Az

CASH BAIL BONDS


Phoenix Bail Bonds is your best choice for getting your cash bond posted at the Maricopa County Jail. We can handle any size cash bond. In fact, 98% of the bonds we post are done as cash bonds. Live out-of-state, or don't want to travel? We can take credit cards, deposits to our bank accounts, or wired funds and act as your agent to post your bail. You no longer need to travel in Phoenix - posting bail has never been easier. We are the original Phoenix Bail Bonds company.
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