Raleigh Bail Bondsman
Carolina Bail Group offers a 24 Hour bail and bondsman services in Raleigh to the local residents in Wake County, and the entire North Carolina Community. Call (919)-948-7821 for help. We accept all major credit cards, money orders, and checks as payment for our bonds. Payment Plans are also made available with interest-free financing with an initial down payment. All Forms needed to complete the Bail Process are available online, which makes the entire experience much quicker. Let us secure Bond for your family or friend today. Contact the Hassle-Free Company and home of experienced Raleigh Bail Bond Agents favored by hundreds of satisfied customers in Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Wake Forest and surrounding areas in Wake County.Read More
- Cosigner- Must be at least 21 years of age and employed for at least 1 year. I.D. Required.
- Forms- The Cosigner as well as the Defendant must complete appropriate forms for filing.
- Identification- The Defendant and Cosigner must have Valid N.C. ID issued by the State.
- Documentation- Check Stubs or Utility Bills “may” be required before approval on certain Bonds.
Wake County Jail – Raleigh, North CarolinaThe Raleigh Jail is located within the Wake County Detention Center located at 3301 Hammond Rd. in Raleigh, NC 27610. This is where Arrest Processing and all Bail Bonding occur. This is also the location where the defendant will be released once a Bail Bond package has been processed. Public parking is available via the parking deck to your immediate right once you have arrived on the campus. No matter the time of day or night, there is always Sheriff Department staff available for public information with regards to an inmate’s charges and Bail Amount. Hammond Rd. is Exit 299 from Interstate 40. Call 919-255-7150 to contact the jail in Raleigh for further information. Learn More
Durham County Jail – Durham, North CarolinaThe Durham Jail is located inside the Durham County Detention Facility located at 219 S. Mangum St. in Durham, NC 27701. This is where arrestees are processed and all Bail Bonding related business occur. This is also the location where the Defendant will be released once a Bail Bond Package has been processed. Public parking is available via the parking deck directly across from the jail. No matter the time of day or night, there is always Sheriff Department staff available for public information with regards to an inmate’s charges and Bond Amount. The facility corners Mangum, Pettigrew, and Roxboro Rd. The best route to travel is Roxboro Rd. Exit 12B from the Durham Freeway. Call 919-560-0961 to contact the jail in Durham for further information. Learn More
Even though we attempt to give every client courtesy call reminders, it is ultimately the responsibility of the Defendant and the Co-Signer to keep up with all dates. The Defendant must appear in court for charges on Bail Bonds that Carolina Bail Group has written. If for some reason a court date has been missed, and there has been a “Failure to Appear”, or “Order for Arrest” entered, don’t panic! Contact our offices and we can assist you with where and how to file a Motion to get the case re-calendared. Please note, there is no guarantee that the Motion will be granted. The best bail advice that we can offer, is that you APPEAR AT ALL COURT DATES. The Clerk of Courts office is available as another resource for court information.
Check your upcoming Court Dates for any District or Superior Courtroom located in North Carolina. After you click the button select your County. Next, enter your [LastName,FullName] with no spaces.
|Wake County Clerk of Court
300 S Salisbury Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
|Durham County Clerk of Court
210 E Main Street
Durham, NC 27701
Frequently Asked Questions
How Does Bail Work?
When someone has been accused of a crime and taken into jail custody, they are processed and assigned a bond by the Magistrate. This bond could be a Secured Bond or Unsecured Bond. If Secured, a Bail Bondsman may be needed and we can help.Read More
What is your next step?
You’ve taken the first step by choosing Raleigh and North Carolina’s Favored Bail Bonding Company. To begin the Bail Process, we need the [FULL NAME] of the [DEFENDANT] and the [COUNTY] where he or she is being held on bond.Read More
How much is a bail bond?
The amount you pay to have the defendant released in North Carolina is 15% of the total bail amount. This percentage is set and regulated by the North Carolina Department of Insurance. Call us so we can start working for you immediately.Read More