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Angels Bail Bonds serve all 100 North Carolina counties. However, due to the cost of travel we may require that your bond is sufficiently large enough to justify traveling to counties outside of the Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill area. Please contact us at (919) 280-1830.

Please download and print these forms. After filling them out, deliver them to your bail bonds agent. If you have any questions please call (919) 280-1830.

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Bond Example

AmericanFlag Bail BondsIn the United States of America, the US Constitution guarantees that every US citizen is presumed innocent until proven guilty. Since being detained for days or months denies you of your constitutional right to a speedy trial and you are generally entitled to Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness as described in the US Declaration of Independence, the bail bond system attempts to restore your rights Bail is not always automatically granted. In some cases you may have to request bail, or a bail bond hearing.

However, if you are accused of a crime that is extreme, monstrous, or there is reasonable risk you may leave town, the state or the country, your request for bail may be denied. In this case, you could expect to be detained until you are either proven guilty, or proven innocent. There are other charges for which you should expect a bail bond request to be denied. They include:

  • Capital Murder

  • Domestic Violence (A district judge usually set the bail in North Carolina)

  • Child Support (Non Support)


Suppose you find yourself in trouble and you hear the following:

“Your bail is set at $1000.00”


What does that mean? The short answer is that you'll have come up with 10% to 15% ($100 to $150) of the $1000.00? The percentage is often determined by how risky the bondsman believe your bond is.

The long answer -

Remember a bail bond is given as surety, or a type of guarantee, that you will show up for your court date. Given the nature of what you were arrested for, the court system has already predetermined a range of how much a North Carolina magistrate (Judge) should set your bond for. We choose $1000.00 for our example. Additionally the magistrate determines the type of bond, whether you should get a secured or unsecured bond. Let's say your bond is secured. Your options are then as follows:

  1. Post the entire $1000 yourself, or

  2. Post property, or

  3. Hire a bail bondsman and pay $100 to $150.

If you opt for a bail bondsman, the bondman would post the $1000 to the court, usually by a prearranged procedure, and the money you pay the bondsman becomes the bondsman fee for getting your released from jail. However, since the bondsman is at risk for the $1000 depending on whether you follow the magistrate or court's order, the bondsman must keep track of your whereabouts until the case is disposed of. If the bondsman have reason to believe you are not in compliance with the court's orders or your are not in compliance with the conditions the bondsman set up, the bondsman may go off the bond and return you to jail.

Everyone makes mistakes, and accidents happen. Sometimes, these incidents lead to jail time. If you have a loved one who has been put behind bars, don’t let them sit there as you try to find a way to post their bail. Instead, turn to a bail bond company like Angels Bail Bonds. We’re a professional team of bondsmen who care each of our customers. Our goal is to free your loved one from jail as quickly as possible, so contact us today.

We serve Raleigh, NC; Durham, NC; and the surrounding areas.


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Benefits of Bail Bonds

Bail bonds are easily the best way to pay a bail amount and get out of jail. While a bail amount legally can’t be something outrageously outside of your ability to pay it off, the amount is usually relatively high. When you choose Angels Bail Bonds to help, you only have to pay around 10 or 15 percent of the full bail amount. So, if the bail amount is $2,000, all you’d have to pay is $200, and the arrested individual would have to agree to show up in court.

This saves you money, and because your loved one gets out of jail, it saves everyone time and hassle as well. They can work, take care of their family, or handle any other responsibility that would be impossible from inside a jail cell.

Benefits of Hiring Us

We have been serving the residents of North Carolina with bail bonds for years. We have years of experience helping people get out of jail. We offer payment plans and the most competitive rates around because our goal is to make the bail process as affordable and easy for you as possible.

We’re open 24/7, so call us at (919) 280-1830 to get started.

Don't spend another moment behind bars, get out of jail....NOW!

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What is a Bail Bond?
A monetary guarantee filed with the court whereby a defendant is temporarily placed in the custody of the posting Bail Agency. Further, the bail agency promises the court the defendant will appear each and every time they are ordered to do so while their case is pending.

Is a defendant released on bail really in the custody of the posting Bail Agency?
Yes, when a Bail Agency post a
Bail Bond with the Jail or Court, the Bail Agency is taking responsibility for the defendant to appear at all future court dates. For example, if a defendant does not follow the terms and conditions of the Bail Agency, then he/she risk being returned to jail! We provide the comfort of not being in a jail cell. However, if a defendant fails to communicate or check in as required then he/she may be returned to jail.

How much does bail really cost?
15% of the bond is the standard premium. However, Union Members, Members of the Military, Veterans, & clients (defendants) represented by a private attorney may qualify to be released on bail for as low as 8%!

How come some agencies state 0% down?
This may be misleading since a company would go out of business writing free bail. However, there are companies who will take a lien on your house and require monthly payments to cover the bail premium. If your financial situation requires a 0% program then be sure to make the monthly payments on time to cover the bail premium (not bail amount) owed to the bail agency or else your loved one (the defendant) will be returned to jail and you will still owe the premium plus costs such as fugitive recovery agent fees and court fees.

Do I need collateral?
Every case is different. However, we enjoy bringing families together and with high bail amounts collateral is necessary. If you have questions, don't be afraid to call at (919) 280 1830 and ask! 

What forms of payment do you take?
Cash is always good. However, we also take most major credit / debit cards, including Visa and Master Card. In some cases, we will setup a payment plan - depending on your credit and employment history.Angels Bail Bonding accepts major Credit Cards

Do you serve my county?
We serve all 100 counties in North Carolina, including the counties listed below:

  • Alamance
  • Chatham
  • Cumberland
  • Durham
  • Franklin
  • Graham
  • Granville
  • Guilford
  • Halifax
  • Harnett
  • Johnston
  • Lee
  • Moore
  • Nash
  • Orange
  • Person
  • Rockingham
  • Vance
  • Wake
  • Warren
  • Wayne
  • Wilson

If you are looking for a bail out service or a Hispanic bail bondsman in the triangle area (Durham, Wake, Orange Counties) and surrounded counties. In the Durham NC area, Angels is the one to call!

 Angels Bail Bonds, have met the requirements and have been posting bail bonds for years. Given the nature of our profession, we hope you will never need our services. However, if you do then we can promise we will work as hard and as fast as possible to get you out of jail without delay.  We realize that you may need us when you are least expecting an unforeseen expense. That's why we are willing to work with you, or your loved one, where needed. We are experienced in helping you find ways to afford our services. Call us at (919) 280-1830, 24 hours a in jail

Consider Angels Bail Bonds your North Carolina bail bonding angel. We will be there when you need us.


What is a Bail Bondsman?

According to Wikipedia, a bail bond agent, or bondsman, is any person or corporation that will act as a surety and pledge money or property as bail for the appearance of persons accused in court. In North Carolina, certain requirements must be met before one can bail people out of jail as a profession.

Don't go to jail

You have been arrested and you are about to go to jail. Call us and we will come running to bail you out of jail before you really get locked up. Usually jailers will place you in a holding cell while they do the paper work. Once we get that call from you we can usually bail you out before you are placed in the jail's general population.


You have  Angels Bail Bonds by your side.


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