Bail bonds are set in Virginia in several ways. When someone is arrested, the law enforcement officer is required to bring the arrested person before a magistrate judge for the setting of conditions of release, including any secured bond. If the magistrate orders an UNSECURED bail, the arrested person can leave jail without paying for a bail bond. If the magistrate orders a SECURED bail, the arrested person must post that amount in the form of a bail bond, cash or property in order to obtain their release from jail. If the magistrate orders NO BAIL, then the arrested person can appeal that decision to General District Court and then on to Circuit Court is necessary.
Bail is your right under the Constitution. Do not stay in jail when you have a right to bail out. Call our experienced bail bondsmen today.
Bail Out Virginia is based in Southwest Virginia, but we serve ALL of Virginia. We write bail bonds in Roanoke, Salem, Christiansburg, Radford, Dublin, Blacksburg, Pulaski, Martinsville, Bedford, Lynchburg, Lexington, and Roanoke, Montgomery, Franklin, Henry, Bedford, and Rockbridge counties. We also write bail in Fairfax, Prince William, Arlington, Albemarle, Orange, and Stafford, counties.