Lightning Bail Bonds Norman is the #1 choice for Cleveland County bail bonds or Oklahoma County bail bonds.
We serve all of the jail locations in both counties and our office locations in each respective county can be found below. There are many bail bonds companies in this area that tout themselves as having great customer service and some of them, like our bondsmen, do go out of their way to make their customers happy.
However, many of these companies have one gear and that is turtle speed. What sets us apart is not just that we have top notch customer service but we also have one speed . . . and that’s Lightning Fast!
Don’t make a decision you might regret. Get out Lightning fast, call Lightning Bail Bonds Norman! Call (405) 310-3020
Bail Bond Services we offer:
- County, Municipal, and Juvenile bonds statewide.
- Questions about bond amounts and warrant checks.
- We also provide Licensed Bail Enforcement statewide.
Regarding Bail Bonds in Norman, Cleveland County, Oklahoma City [OKC] and everywhere else in OK, much is the same as in most of the rest of the United State.
How Do I Get a Bail Bond?
Judges are responsible for setting the amount on bail bonds. Because many people want to get out of jail immediately (instead of waiting for a day or longer to see a judge), most jails have standard bail schedules that specify bail amounts for common crimes. An arrested person can often get out of jail quickly by paying the amount set forth in the stationhouse bail schedule.
If a suspect wants to post bail but can’t afford the amount required by the bail schedule, the suspect can ask a judge to lower it. Depending on the state’s procedures, a request for lowered bail may be made either in a special bail hearing or when the suspect appears in court for the first time (usually called the arraignment).
The Eighth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution requires that bail not be excessive. This means that bail should not be used primarily to raise money for the government; it’s also not to be used to punish a person for being suspected of committing a crime. Remember: The primary purpose of bail is to allow the arrested person to remain free until convicted of a crime and at the same time ensure his or her return to court.
There are four ways in which a person may be released from custody.
- You can use a bondsman.
- You can post cash for the full amount of the bond with the court or jail.
- You can use real property (such as a home or a lot) with the court.
- And lastly the judge can decide to let the defendant go on their own recognizance.
Call Lightning Bail Bonds for Norman and all of Cleveland County. Free information and advice! Call (405) 310-3020
Norman, OK 73069