Bail Bonds & Process Serving

Bail Bonds

Getting arrested is never a pleasant experience for anyone, whether you are the inmate or a loved one of the inmate. Getting that call in the middle of the night that your family member or friend has been arrested can be an extremely stressful and difficult situation for anyone to go through.

Whenever you are going through this, the last thing you want to be worried about is not being able to get in touch with a Cobb County bail bonds company or not having an easy time when you finally do get in touch. You don’t want to be dealing with rude or unprofessional bail bonding companies in Cobb County. Your situation is stressful enough; you want to make sure everything you have to do to get your loved one released will be as easy as possible.

Cobb County Bail Bonds

An accused person has the right to allowed conditional release. This is what our Constitution tells us. Often the actual amount set for bail is much higher than any ordinary person with an average income can afford. This is where a bail bondsman is necessary. After you contact a Cobb County bail bonds company, do any necessary paperwork and pay the necessary fee, you should be able to get your loved one out of jail within a short time.

One you have co-signed a bond, you will then be financially responsible for the amount of the bail that was covered by the bail bondsman if the defendant does not show up for court. Making sure that the defendant shows up to any necessary court dates is important. Not only are you financially responsible, but having a “failure to appear” charge on his or her permanent record is definitely not something he or she will want.

The Role of a Bail Bonds Cobb County Company

Because the bail is not usually an affordable amount for the ordinary person, a bail bonds company is able to get credit for the entire amount of bail for just a fraction of the total amount. This is possible because the company has an already established relationship with the court system. Therefore, they will be able to act on your behalf and pay the rest of the bail for your loved one on credit. This will allow your loved one to be released from jail within a timely fashion.

When you pay the bond, you are entering into an agreement with the Cobb County bail bonds company. This agreement says that you are held responsible for the entire amount if the defendant does not show up for his or her court date. This is why you’ll want to ensure that your loved one is definitely going to show up before you offer to bail him or her out of jail.

The Cobb County Bail Bond Procedure

When you begin a bail bond in Cobb County, it’s a fairly simple process. First, you will contact the bail bondsman, give them all necessary information about the inmate and fill out any necessary paperwork. The bail bondsman will also contact the jail to get any necessary information from them. You will work with the bondsman on financial arrangements so that you will be able to pay the premium (or fraction of the bail). After everything is set up, you’ll be able to pick up your loved one from jail.

In the weeks or months leading up to your loved one’s trail, the bail bondsman will stay in touch with you to answer any necessary questions you may have or explain any legal proceedings you need explained. If there are additional expenses the bail bondsman incurs, the defendant may be responsible for them. Once the defendant makes it to his or her court date, the bail bondsman’s account is credited back the funds that they put up for bail.

24/7 Fly Free Bail Bonds of Cobb County

So why should 24/7 Fly Free Bail Bonds be your first choice? With us, you can always expect:

  • To get in touch with someone right away – 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
  • Close proximity to the Cobb County jail.
  • Dealing with large bonds up to $5 million.
  • The servicing of all cities in Cobb County including:
    • Marietta
    • Kennesaw
    • Smyrna
    • Acworth
    • Austell
    • Powder Springs

When it comes to bail bonds in Cobb County, there is no better choice than 24/7 Fly Free Bail Bonds. Contact us today.

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24/7 Fly Free Bail Bonds
of Cobb County

Bail Bonds and Process Serving
2122 Austell Road SW
Marietta, GA 30008


With offices located in city of Cumming, Dawson, Forsyth and Habersham counties, we can execute bonds throughout the state of Georgia. New Office location for Cherokee and Cobb County Bail Bonds.