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(602) 267-9057

2012.08.01 | 2012.03.01

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Fastest Phoenix Bail Bonds

Fastest Phoenix Bail Bonds

     Tallini's Maricopa County Bail Bonds is known for posting the fastest bail bonds in Phoenix. When your friend or family member is incarcerated in one of the Phoenix Arizona Jails you cannot afford to waste time with an inexperienced bail bond agent. Our services are always up front, honest and the fastest in the business. Our company has been doing this longer than many of our competitors and we wont waste your time with useless information. Our agents are highly skilled at their job; this is what they do, day and night, seven days a week. We will work tirelessly to make sure that your loved one does not have to spend additional time in jail. Our goal is to help you get your loved one home as quickly as possible so they may work on getting a positive outcome with their case.

Friday, August 10, 2012

Penny Wise and Pound Foolish

PENNY WISE AND POUND FOOLISH

     Many people try to save money by posting their own cash.  With really small bonds or bonds the Court will forfeit for fines, it doesn't matter.  But with larger bonds we recommend you use a bondsman.
   
     1. We will ensure that your bond refund is returned promptly to you once the bond is exonerated.  We will instruct the Defendant on what to do and what to say to the Court to expedite the refund process after sentencing.

     2. We have the power to rearrest the Defendant if at anytime the Defendant gives you reason to believe they will not go to their hearing, or if they violate their conditions of release (drinking, using drugs).  If you post a bond yourself, you have no power to rearrest or revoke the bond.

     We have heard many stories where someone in an attempt to save money sends a friend or relative down to post the bond.  When the Court has finished with the case, they refund the bond back to the bond poster.  When the bond poster gets the money back, they refuse to return the funds to you or insist they haven't gotten it.

     Avoid the confusing bond window schedule and the frustration of posting 
Phoenix bail bonds.  Allow us to handle this for you.  The small fee you pay to have a legal professional post your bond is worth the security in getting it done right.
8:27 pm mst

Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Maricopa County Jail Bond Window Schedule

MARICOPA COUNTY JAIL
REVISED BOND SCHEDULE

    Effective July 23, 2012, the Maricopa County Jail will allow posting of bail at the following WINDOWS and only at the times of day specified at the 4th Ave Jail.  Please note the restrictions regarding the posting of cash bonds. 
 
BONDS/FINES

HOURS OF OPERATION


Window #1 7:00 AM to 1:30 PM
**Window #2 7:00 AM to 2:15 PM

Window #1 2:45 PM to 9:00 PM
** Window #2 2:45 PM to 10:15 PM

Window #1 10:45 PM to 1:00 AM


Please Note: Bondsman must take a number for service between

10:45 PM to 1:00 AM Windows must close to conduct change of shift cash out.


** When staffing permits Window #2 will be open and is designated for Law Enforcement, Attorney's or Bondsman (Surety Bonds Only) and will also answer General Information questions during the above listed hours.**


No Cash or Money Orders Accepted at Window #2

7:38 pm mst

Friday, March 16, 2012

Posting Bail at the Maricopa County Jail

POSTING BAIL AT THE 4TH AVENUE JAIL

     Cash bail is no longer accepted from the public at the Maricopa County Jail.  The jail will only accept bail from authorized county bondsmen or law enforcement.  The public can use the Kiosk, located in the 4th Ave Jail lobby for putting money on an inmate's books, or a Money Order if posting bail at the window.

Tallini Bail Bonds always recommends the use of a licensed bondsman to post your bail.  The bondsman's duty to you does not end after the bond is posted.  A responsible bondsman should do everything in their power to get your bond returned to you once the case is over.  This can potentially make a huge difference in return time.  Additionally, sending a friend over to the jail to post your cash means that the Court will return your cash to your friend when the case is over, not you.

Tallini Bail Bonds can take your worries away from posting bail at the jail or court.  We can make the difference between getting your cash back or losing it forever.
2:33 pm mst
 

Phoenix Bail Bonds
Paula Tallini, owner
Phoenix Bail Bond Agent

Tallini Bail Bonds, LLC

Phone: (602) 267-9057
Fax:     (928) 522-0152

Specialists in:
  • Large Bail Bonds
  • Cash Bail Bonds
  • Credit Card Bonds
  • Long-distance Transactions
  • Clients with Special Needs

Use a qualified Phoenix bail Bondsman to post your bond

License No: 207472

"No Bond is Too Large"Office:
(602) 267-9057                                      Cell: (928) 853-9800

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