Frequently Asked Delaware Bail Bonds Questions

Here is a sampling of some of our most frequently asked questions (FAQs) about Delaware bail bonds.

Our licensed Delaware bail agents can provide you with information specific to your case.

For answers to your bail questions, please call us at 302-729-BAIL (2245). 

 

ARRESTS AND DELAWARE BAIL BONDS

Question: What is a Delaware Bail Bond?

Answer: A Delaware bail bond is a guarantee from a state licensed bail bail bondsman that is backed by an insurance company. It is technically referred to as a surety bond and represents a promise that a defendant will appear for courts dates and comply with any conditions of his or her release. The Delaware bail bond agent guarantees to the court payment of the full amount of the bond if the defendant fails to appear for their scheduled court appearances. For your protection, always deal with licensed Delaware bail bond company.

 

Question: How much does a Delaware Bail Bond cost?

Answer:   The cost of bail bonds are regulated by the state. In most states, including Delaware, the cost of a bail bond is 10% of the bail.  For example, if the bail is set at $3,000 then the Delaware bail bond will cost $300. Likewise, a bail set at $22,000 will require a bail bond premium of $2,200.

 

How cheaply can you post my Delaware Bail Bond for?

Let’s face it! We all want to save money when possible.  When it comes to Delaware Bail Bonds, the price is set by the Delaware Department of Insurance at 10%.

Do I have to use a Delaware Bail Bond agent or can I just pay the bail myself?

 

Q:  How do I pay for a Delaware Bail Bond?
A: In order to arrange for your Delaware bail bond to be posted payment and paperwork must be completed in advance of “posting” a bond to release the detainee.  At Fast Break Bail Bonds we accept cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. The majority of our clients pay the Delaware bail bond premium using a credit card.

How quickly will the defendant be released once the Delaware bail bond has been posted?

 

Are payment plans or financing available for Delaware Bail Bonds?