Bratten Bail Bondsman and What We Cover

If you’re in need of a bail bondsman to get out of jail after being arrested – call Sean Bratten! A bail bondsman is a good person to have available should you be arrested and formally charged with a crime. Bratten Bail Bonds works quickly to help you regain freedom.

When you or a loved one is arrested, you should call a bail bondsman to help complete the bond paperwork. However, only certain crimes carry a bail. Some of the crimes that carry a bail that our bail bondsman can help with are:

  • Felony charges: these are considered the most severe crimes. The more common ones are violent crimes like assault, arson, rape, murder, or destruction of property.
  • Misdemeanor charges: things like petty theft, driving infractions, simple assault charges, trespassing and more. These don’t usually involve physical violence.
  • DUI/DWI: driving under the influence or driving while intoxicated – two most common crimes in the USA.
  • Drug charges: possession, intent to distribute and more – our bail bondsman can help you.

In any case, the judge does have the right to deny the application for bail depending on the severity of the crime and your criminal history. The simplest, and quickest way to get released from jail is to either pay your bail in cash or call our bail bondsman who has access to all the resources that you need.

Bratten Bail Bonds has options for you that don’t break the bank, one of those is a surety bond. To obtain a surety bond, you or someone acting on your behalf will need to pay a small, non-refundable fee. This is usually 10% of the amount of your bail; if you’re bail is $1000, you will only need to pay $100 up front. This maintains your freedom until your scheduled court date. If that is still out of reach, depending on your specific situation our bail bondsman can make it possible for you or a co-signor to put up enough collateral to cover the full amount of your bail or to make monthly installments, or in some cases, simply use your signature as a guarantee. Once you have decided which direction to go, the bail bondsman pays the court with a guarantee for you to show up. If you don’t – you forfeit your money.

We have representatives throughout the Kansas City, Missouri metro, as well as many other locations in the state who are available 24/7 if you need a bail bondsman. Bratten Bail Bonds services the counties of Jackson County, Platte County, Cass County, Clay County, Saint Louis County and more! Give us a call at (816) 415- 4448 to see if we service your area today or contact us online. Our goal is to ensure our bail bonds services are fast, affordable, and convenient.

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