Individuals that need a bail bond can find them throughout the state of Rhode Island through the services of a bail bondsman. These individuals will provide the cost of the bond that is needed for a fee, which is usually 10% of the total amount of the bail set by the judge. This is a fee that is not refunded even if the individual remains on good terms with the bail agreement.
Once the agent is contacted, they will request several things about the individual that is being held. They will want to know their legal name, date of birth, residency information and personal history. They will request information about the case, charges and the booking number as well. They may also request more information from the defendant as well.
A Rhode Island bail bondsman can be usually contacted 24/7 and they are available throughout the state including Providence bail, Warwick bail and Cranston bail, as well as all other areas.