Comprehensive Bail Bonds

handcuffed behind back Ameri-Bail Bail Bonds in Phoenix can bail you out of jail whenever you need it, 24 hours a day and even holidays. We know that no one expects to be arrested and that no one wants to spend any more time in jail than is necessary. This can often be a stressful and challenging time. Contact us at (602) 783-1867 for fast bail bonds in Phoenix, AZ!

With over a decade of experience providing bail bonds to the people who live and work in Phoenix, AZ and Maricopa County, our bail agents are the perfect choice to assist you through this difficult period. We are committed to ensuring that our clients fully understand the bail process and what is required of them. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask. Our friendly and helpful Phoenix bondsmen are more than happy to address any of your concerns and walk you through your bail process step-by-step.

After an arrest, you should seek the advice of a licensed local attorney who is familiar with the courts in the jurisdiction where you are charged with committing a crime. Only a duly licensed attorney can provide you the legal expertise you need to deal with the Arizona courts and advocate for your best possible outcome. However, almost as important as your lawyer is your bail agent. Finding a qualified and licensed bail bonds agency is the first step towards getting out of jail. The state of Arizona requires bondsmen to be certified by the Arizona Department of Insurance, and you should make sure that the bail agent you choose is properly endorsed and permitted to act as a bond agent.

Learn more about how the licensed, experienced and professional bail bonds agents at Ameri-Bail Bail Bonds can help you make bail. We work to get you home quickly with as little frustration as possible. Don’t spend another minute in jail, pick up the phone and call now to make jail bail in Phoenix!

Bonds We Offer

Any Bail, Any Time

police car lights At Ameri-Bail Bail Bonds, we can write any bail for any crime at any time. With 46 chapters in its criminal code, the state or Arizona has many laws that you can be found to have violated. If bail is permitted for the offense you stand accused of committing, our bondsmen can post bond on your behalf and arrange your release from jail.

Felonies and Misdemeanors

Crimes are separated into two primary categories in Arizona: misdemeanors and felonies. The principal difference between the two classifications of crime has to do with the severity of the crime and its prescribed punishment. Misdemeanors are considered to be less serious crimes that can be punished by no more than six months in a county or local jail. In contrast, felonies are more severe and carry harsher punishments including sentences of greater than one year in a state prison. While both misdemeanors and felonies are eligible to be expunged or removed from your record, there are certain crimes that may not be expunged. Such crimes are usually particularly violent or heinous.

How Much Is Bail?

Depending on whether your crime is a felony or misdemeanor, along with the particular circumstances of your arrest play a significant role in determining how much money you will be required to pay to the court to make bail. In Arizona, judges are given discretion over setting bail amounts. Several of the factors that judges consider when setting the bail for a defendant include:

  • the defendant’s criminal history
  • the nature of the crime
  • who the victim of the crime was
  • the monetary value of damage resulting from the crime
  • if there was a deadly weapon used during the crime
  • the likelihood the defendant returns to court to stand trial

Make Bail

While we can bail you of jail whenever you need it for any crime that is eligible for bail, it would be impossible to list every kind of bail we can write. We have included this short list of bail bonds that we frequently provide for our clients.

  • Assault & Battery
  • DUI
  • Drug Possession
  • Probation Violation
  • Immigration Bonds
  • Robbery
  • Theft
  • Vandalism
  • Child Support
  • And Many More

Outstanding Warrants Specialists

Clear Your Warrants

writing citationAt Ameri-Bail Bail Bonds in Phoenix, we specialize in outstanding warrants. If you have a warrant pending for your arrest, you need to take action immediately to ensure that you resolve any ongoing issues with the court. If you have an outstanding warrant law enforcement officers can arrest you and detain you until you appear before a judge and your legal matters have concluded. If you don’t take action to address your warrants, you will have to live in constant fear of being arrested and being taken to jail.

Know Your Options

Depending on the crime you are charged with, you may be able to post bond on your warrant and avoid any jail time, This is not an option for everyone. You should consult a licensed bail agent from Ameri-Bail Bail Bonds if you know that you have a warrant out for your arrest but are unsure if you can post bond on it. This is the most convenient solution. Once you call us, we can post your bond for a 10% fee and the court will rescind your warrant when they receive the payment.

Another option for someone with an outstanding warrant that wants to avoid jail time is to “post and forfeit.” This process requires you to post the entire of the bail amount in cash. Essentially, after you make your payment to the court your case is dismissed, and your warrant is quashed. Post and forfeit bonds are only available for nonviolent, low-level offenses.

Learn more about warrants and how our experienced bail agents can help you avoid spending time in jail by calling our office or visiting our page on outstanding warrants.

Maricopa County

Sheriff Joe’s Jails

hands grabbing jail cell barsThe Maricopa County Sheriff’s Department has garnered quite a bit of attention from the national media for its tough stance on crime. Particularly, Sheriff Joe Arpaio has participated in numerous interviews, many of which concern the Tent City jail that he built in 1994. While Tent City is only one of the seven facilities that the Maricopa County Sheriff’s County operates, it is the most famous.

Posting Bond for Maricopa County Jails

  • Find an inmate, court or release dates and bail amounts by calling the general jail information number 602-876-0322.
  • Post bond at the Fourth Avenue Jail in the Bond and Fine Room.
  • Once bond has been posted, it may take 48 hours for an inmate to be released.
  • If an inmate has a hold placed on them by another law enforcement agency, posting bond will not be sufficient to grant their release.
  • After a bond has been accepted by the court, there are no refunds.
  • Any transaction over $10,000 requires you to provide your Social Security Number.
  • Acceptable forms of payment include cashier’s check, US Postal money order and Western Union money order.
  • US currency such as cash will not be accepted as payment for bail.

You can learn more about posting bond in Maricopa County by visiting our page on the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office. There is no better bail bondsmen in Phoenix, AZ for bail bonds than our team!