Whether you’re on your first or last payment of a bail bond, or somewhere in the middle, know that you can use your tax refund money to pay for bail, there’s nothing wrong with that, even if the bail bond is for a friend or family member and not you. You will have to wait until your tax refunds are fully transferred to your account and possession before you can then hand it over to your bail bonds agent.
Bail bonds are set up so that the defendant is freed from jail immediately. A payment plan will be put into action so that whoever is financially responsible for paying for the bail bond, can make multiple payments over weeks or months and each payment is a smaller sum. Bail bonds are very commonly used to get out of jail because it is easier financially for those paying.
Speak to a bail agent or representative at Exeter Bail Bond Store to get a free consultation, a quote and to have all your other questions answered. You’ll definitely learn all you need to know about bail bonds and even so, your agent will be with you through the whole process.