In my personal opinion, as a bondsman. I feel many counties in the Twin Cities and state of Minnesota do not explain to inmates about their options of posting unconditional DWI bail bonds, while in custody. Much of the time, the inmate is so excited they are being released and they are told a bond isn't required, they do not look at the big picture of what a conditional release includes. The fact is the excitement ends pretty quickly once you have a few rounds with expensive alcohol monitors, which may include interlock as well as color wheels and random UA's. If you make it through the headache and expensive process of getting your monitor and required court ordered equipment, this is just the beginning of a long road ahead of additional conditions.
You typically will have additional conditions that at times even restricts you from being around or in a liquor store. These are expensive ridiculous conditions, what is there to be excited about? Truly, it really isn't a time to celebrate if you didn't utilize a unconditional bond prior to your release. After time, the calibration of alcohol sensors or interlock adds up to be the same or more of what you had a option of spending for a "Unconditional" bail bond. What this means folks, is you would in most cases may not be on a color wheel or have court ordered equipment that does nothing but disrupts your everyday life.
The good news is. I can still help you out. In almost all instances if your were offered the unconditional bond at time of release, we can most likely still post that bond for you to help you out getting back to everyday life.
If you have the option of posting DUI Bail Bonds as a unconditional bond, i can still help you. I can help you get your life back on track with payment plan options and low money down for your DWI unconditional bail bond, when applicable and within Minnesota insurance laws.
Lets get you off that equipment. In most cases, you will not have to go back into custody at the county jail to have a unconditional bond executed to remove your conditions.
It is very simple.
First you have to call us @ 612-405-BAIL or 763-200-5744. I will review and confirm that you have a unconditional bond that can be posted to get you off your conditions. I will get back to your promptly with your bond options and a game plan.
This is something to be excited about. This over time what we would charge you and what the conditions would over time cost you, this makes alot more sense. I have noticed 7 out of 10 people released on conditions, either can't afford it in the long run, or just can't follow the conditions. That is 70% of DWI inmates released on conditions seek to post that unconditional bail bond. Give me a call. Let's talk, let's see how i can help you today!
Let's post that unconditional bond. The process from this point forward is fast and very streamlined. Your bond can be posted right at the jail windows 90% of the time or right at the court administration window or jail after hours by the bondsman.
(Conditional Bonds) and (Unconditional Bonds) prior to release or after release, are not always DWI bail bonds. These may also include drug charges, traffic and in some cases domestic assault offenses.
Regardless of your offense, if you have a unconditional bail bond you would like for me to review your bond. Give me a call, or visit our contact us tab above.
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