Clayton County Bail Bonds FAQs

Here are some answers to frequently asked questions regarding bail bonds and the bail bonding process in Clayton County, Georgia.

Q: How long will my loved one remain in jail after a bond is set?

A: That all depends on the nature of the crime and the specific jail they are currently being held in. A Atlanta/ Clayton Bail Bonding can help you find this information for your particular friend or relative.

Q: Will I have to pay the bail bondsmen the entire sum of the bail?

A: No. You pay us a percentage of the bail, usually anywhere from 10-30 percent, and we can then secure the release of the accused.

Q: Can I get my money back when my loved one returns home from jail?

A: No. The fee we charge is a percentage of the total bail, which we use to purchase your friend or relative’s release.   

Q: What if my loved one is arrested on a weekend, late at night, or a holiday?

A: A Atlanta/ Clayton Bail Bonding is here 24/7 all year long to ensure that you are never alone when you get that unthinkable phone call. Call us any time, any day.

Q: Do I have to pay you in person?

A: No. We accept payments over the phone and online as well, so you never have to worry about being too far away to assist your loved one, should the unthinkable occur.

Q: I am missing some important information I need to get my loved one out of jail. Can you help me find it?

A: At A Atlanta/ Clayton Bail Bonding, we know that you are dealing with a stressful situation that no one would want to be in. In that interest, we are glad to assist you in whatever ways we are able in getting your loved one home safely and as quickly as possible.