How do I bail someone out of Gwinnett County Jail?

How do I bail someone out of Gwinnett County Jail?

If you have a friend or family member who needs a bond to get out of jail, call us immediately at (770) 339-9000 or stop by our office at 771 Buford Drive, Lawrenceville, GA 30043.

How does bond work in Georgia?

The Bail Bonding Process In Georgia: A criminal bond is a financial guarantee that you will appear for all court appearances until your case concludes or is dismissed. You pay the bail amount, and if you do not show up for court, the court will keep the bail and issue a warrant for your arrest.

What can I expect at a bond hearing?

During a bond hearing, the defense attorneys ask for their clients to be released, placing either their word or a dollar amount up as a bond. The lawyers will argue their case presenting evidence. The prosecution is present at the hearing and will agree with the request, deny it, or have an alternative proposal.

Can you bond yourself out of jail in Georgia?

There is no constitutional right to bail, and Georgia has a law that declares about 20 different crimes that are “bail restricted offenses.” If you are charged with one of those crimes, you cannot be released on your own recognizance, also known as a signature bond.

How long can they hold you without bond?

Those who are arrested for more serious crimes like murder or domestic violence will have to stay in jail until the bond hearing. Most states can't hold suspects in jail for more than 48 to 72 hours without filing charges against them.