Excessive bail shall not be required! We have all heard, “That’s unconstitutional!” or “That’s my constitutional right!” but have you ever wondered if they were right? You might be surprised how often people get it wrong. You might also be surprised how often people get it right. Your best defense against misconception is reading and knowing your constitutional rights.
The eighth amendment of the constitution The Excessive Bail Clause restricts judicial discretion in setting bail for the release of those accused of criminal activity during the period following their arrest but preceding their trial.
“Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments inflicted.” – Amendment VII of the United States Constitution.
At Bad Boys Bail Bonds, we take your constitutional rights very seriously. It’s our goal to educate people on their right to bail. We offer many payment arrangements and financing options to our clients with INTEREST-FREE. Our company will work with EVERYONE; we are flexible and will accommodate your specific bail needs.
All bail bond agencies must adhere to the regulations under the DOI and face regulation by the state they perform bail. They charge the same rate across the board, which is 10% of the total bail amount. Another name for the 10% fee is PREMIUM. In the case of federal bonds, however, the premium increases to 12%.
Individuals who meet the following criteria are eligible for an 8% bail bond rate:
- Union Members
- County, State, and Federal Employees
- Home Owners
Bad Boys Bail Bonds also offers retained counsel and is referred by their attorney a 7% bond rate. This rate is the lowest legally filed premium rate.
Call us today if you or someone you know needs bail. We are here to help… ”because your mama wants you home.” 1-800-BAIL-OUT!