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  • Top Quality Service

    Our customers prefer us because we've got the best customer service in the industry.
    Our goal is to provide you with courteous professional service from the moment we first speak with you, until the case goes to court.
  • More time for family

    Our agents know how to get you back to your life quicker and easier.
    Don’t sit in jail one moment longer than necessary. When it comes to bail bonding we won’t waste your time. We provide fast bail bonding service and walk with you through the whole process.
  • Standing by to help

    Call us now to speak with a bail agent to help you in your time of need.
    For your convenience, we are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and 365 days a year. Please call us at 910-515-1710 and contact us for more information.
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What Steps to Take

If you find that a loved one is being held in jail, our guide is a must-read.

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Why Choose Us

Our agents care and we know the best we can do for you is to make things easy.

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Bail Forms

Save time and get your bail posted early. Get started now by filing out our bail forms online.

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Can a Bail Bondsman Detain You for Failing to Pay Fees?

No, no and NO! We as a company offering Wilmington bail services stand by the fact that a bail bondsman has no authority to hold you against your will, much less through coercion, simply for not being able to pay bail-related fees.

We say this because of an ongoing case in Modesto, California, where a judge ruled there is sufficient evidence for the owner of a bail bonds business to stand trial for extortion and holding clients against their will. Aleo John Pontillo, the owner of AJ’s Bail Bonds, is accused of conspiracy to commit grand theft, conspiracy to kidnap for the purpose of extortion and violating state insurance regulations.

One plaintiff claims that he was handcuffed to a weighted bench until his father came and paid the bail money. Another plaintiff claimed employees held a woman at the business and threatened her with jail if she did not pay up. They even ‘showed’ her a stun gun in a poorly hidden attempt at coercion. Pontillo and two other co-defendants are also accused of conspiring to steal in excess of $250,000 from the local county by submitting false and fraudulent bond claims.

Cases like these cast a bad light upon those in our business who are legitimately helping those in need of bail bonds. We nonetheless need to learn from them if we are to win the trust of our clients. After all, no bail bond company will survive long when it has been accused of kidnapping and extorting its own clients!