County Bail Bonds is one of the most well-known bail bonds agencies in Virginia, West Virginia, and Maryland. Our agents have worked many years to develop their reputation and maintain solid working relationships with both the courts and local law enforcement agencies. No matter where you go in the area, we are respected for going above and beyond what is expected of a bail bonds agency. The people we serve aren't just clients, they become family. Our goal is to establish trust and a positive line of communication both during the time your loved one is out on bond, as well as long after your case is closed. Whenever you need us, our agents are available. We are on call 24/7/365 to make sure you never have to wait. If you live in the Prince William area, call 855-885-2245 any time of the day or night for an immediate response. We won't let you down.
Virginia's Go-To Bail Bonds
Although our main office is in Fairfax, Virginia, we have agents located throughout the tri-state area. No matter where you are in Virginia, West Virginia or Maryland, we have an agent who is close at hand to help you get out of a tight spot.
- Virginia – In Virginia, we have agents located within a few miles of your location. We cover all areas of Virginia, including Covington, Lynchburg, Haymarket, Bristol, Fredericksburg, Richmond, and Roannoake. Our statewide coverage ensures that we are able to work your case quickly and efficiently.
- West Virginia – In addition to Virginia, we also cover the entire state of West Virginia. Wheeling, Beckley, Petersburg, and Charleston are all within our service area. No matter where you may be, we are close at hand and ready to help you get your loved one back home where they belong.
- Maryland – Hagerstown, Annapolis, Cumberland, and Baltimore are just a few of the cities we serve in the great state of Maryland. We have agents strategically located throughout the tri-state area that allows for us to be at your location in a matter of minutes. It doesn't matter if you are located in a small town or the largest cities in the state, we are only a phone call away.
Our reputation has served us well. No matter where you go in the tri-state area, everyone knows our name. We make sure to always provide the very best possible service so our clients will refer us to their friends and family if they are ever in a difficult situation. Word of mouth is the best way to advertise because it comes from first hand experience.
The agents of County Bail Bonds know from experience that when you least expect something to happen, it will. When it comes to dealing with an arrest, most people are unprepared. Today's economy makes it difficult to save money and most people live on a tight budget. Many don't have the extra money to cover a bail bond if a loved one gets arrested. That's why it's important to call County Bail Bonds at 855-885-2245 as soon as possible after an arrest. We can work with you to make sure have exactly what you need to get your loved one out of jail. We take many different forms of payment and even offer payment arrangements and financing to those who qualify.
Call our office whenever you need us. An agent will answer your phone and get the process started. Our agents work nights, weekends, holidays, seven days a week. Law enforcement agencies don't take breaks and neither do we. They do their job every minute of every day, which is why we make ourselves available 24/7 with no exceptions.
What to Expect After an Arrest
If you or a loved one has been arrested, you will be taken to the nearest jail. For residents who live in the Prince William area this means you will be transported to the Adult Detention Center at 9320 Lee Avenue in Manassas, Virginia. Once there, you will be booked and processed. This includes identity verification, fingerprinting, photographing, and being formally charged. After you have been charged, you will be assigned a bail amount. As soon as we have that information, we can begin the bail bonds process and our agent can be on their way to the jail to post bond and obtain early release of the defendant.
After their release, the bail bonds agent will go over the rights and responsibilities of both the co-signer and the defendant to make sure everyone is on the same page. Both parties will be notified as to when the defendant's scheduled court date is and where they will need to go to attend court. It is of the utmost importance that the defendant complies with the stipulations put in place by the court. This includes attending their court dates, not leaving the jurisdiction of the court, and not have any more charges levied against them. You are also required to check in with both the courts and your bail bonds agent on a regular basis, in addition to notifying both of any changes to your personal contact information, employment, or residence.
Obtaining early release on bail allows you to return home to your family, go back to work and hire an attorney. While you're out on bond, you can work with your attorney to build a solid case for your defense. You will also be able to fulfill your obligations to your family. It's also a good time to make sure all of your arrangements in order to show the court that you're taking care of your responsibilities.
Experience and Professionalism
At County Bail Bonds, our agents have many years of experience in which they have faced a wide range of challenges. By learning from those challenges, they have gained the knowledge they need to take care of almost any situation. No matter what type of predicament you find yourself in, they can find a way to successfully help you achieve the desired goal. Each agent is highly trained and is fully licensed to perform their duties. They are able to interact with law enforcement agencies, court representatives and anyone else who is involved in the situation. Their goal is to protect your rights and make sure you have the support you need to get through a difficult time.
In Prince William County, Virginia, the courthouse is located at 9311 Lee Avenue in Manassas, Virginia. The Prince William County Courts serve both Manassas and Manassas Park residents, including those who live in smaller, nearby communities. If you have any questions about your case or when your scheduled court hearings are, you can call the courthouse directly at 703-792-6141. The clerk's hours are from 8 AM to 4 PM, Monday through Friday. The Prince William General District Court is also referred to as the 31st Judicial District of Virginia.
No matter where you're arrested in Prince William County, you will have to appear at the 31st District courthouse located in Manassas. It is centrally located and easy to find. When it comes time to appear in court, you can ask your bail bond agent to go with you if you are unsure of where to go or what to do when you get there. We know how frightening court can be and we want to make sure all of your concerns are adequately addressed. Once you've dealt with your arrest and worked with your bail bonds agent, going to court doesn't need to be so stressful. Your bail bonds agent will go over everything you need to know when you enter the courtroom.
Residents of Prince William County in Virginia can rely on County Bail Bonds to always be at their side no matter how difficult and frustrating the process seems. Call 855-885-2245 and talk to a licensed and bonded bail bonds agent today. We have the answers to your questions and will help you figure out the best possible solution to your particular dilemma. Even though it may be a frightening situation, an arrest is not the end of the world nor does it have to be a catastrophic event. When you have the right people on your side, you can get through any situation.
Our bail bonds agents are available around the clock to ensure that you always have access to someone in your area who can post a bond or answer any questions you may have. We want to make sure you know your rights and have everything you need to help you navigate through any obstacles you may face. Call our office at 855-885-2245 whenever you are notified of an arrest and we will be on our way to help you resolve the situation.