Dee's Bail Bonds

Dee's Bail Bonds serving Chesterfield, Henrico and surrounding cities in VA

Wanna be free??? Call Dee!Do you have a loved one in jail?We are here to help. 

The Bail Process

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Gather info

This is the info you will need:

  •  The full name of the person in jail 
  •  What Virginia jail they are in 
  •  Their charges 
  •  The bail amount 

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Call Us

  • Dee’s Bail Bonds agent will  meet you at the jail to post the bond, Although in some cases they may be willing to meet you somewhere else. If you are not in the same city as the defendant all paperwork and payments can be handled electronically or over the phone.     
  • Cosigners MUST be at least 18 years old and employed for more than 90 days.

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Meet us and the Release

  • The fee to bond someone out is 10% plus a nominal processing fee.
  • The process of bailing someone out can take a short time or several hours. It depends on the circumstances and how crowded the jail is.  After the person has been released, they must show up for all court proceedings and meet any conditions set by the bail bondsman.     

Contact Us

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We are mobile! Meet us at the jail!

Bail Bonds serving in Richmond, VA Prompt, Professional Service 24/7!


Chesterfield Bail Bonds 


DWI, possession, petty larceny charges

Dee's Bail Bonds

(Mail only) 3126 W. Cary Street Rd #139, Richmond, Virginia 23221, United States

(804) 335-9599

Hours

Monday - Saturday  open 24 hours


Sunday: 12-12

Jails we serve

LOCAL JAILS

Chesterfield County Jail, 6900 Mimms Drive, Chesterfield, VA 23832 804-748-1476

Henrico County Jail East (New Kent) 17320 New Kent Highway, Barhamsville, VA  804-652-1266

Henrico County Jail West    4301 E. Parham Rd, Richmond VA 804-501-5542

Pamunkey Regional Jail 7240 Courtland Farm Rd, Hanover, VA 23069 804-537-5120

Richmond City Justice Center 1701 Fairfield Way, Richmond, VA 23223 804-646-4463

Riverside Regional Jail 1000 River Road, Hopewell, VA 23860 804-524-6000  

FAQS

 

Who determines a person’s bail amount?

The bail amount is set by a judge during a bail hearing. The judge will consider a variety of factors, including the severity of the crime,previous convictions, the defendant’s ties to the community, family, and whether or not they have steady employment.

Why do I need to hire Dee’s Bail Bonds?

If you cannot afford bail, you need to hire a bail bondsman. You will pay a small fee plus 10%- 15% of the bond to the agent, who will take on the responsibility of the full bail amount. 

 

When will the bail agent post bond?

The bail bondsman posts the bond after the premium has been paid and any collateral has been signed over.

How long will it take for defendant to be released from jail?

The process of bailing someone out can take a short time or several hours. It depends on the circumstances and how crowded the jail is.

What are the defendant’s responsibilities once they’ve been released?

After the person has been released, they must show up for all court proceedings and meet any conditions set by the bail bondsman.

What happens if the defendant doesn’t show up for their court dates?

If the defendant fails to appear in court, the bail bondsman will be required to pay the full bail amount, if this happens or if the defendant violates any bail conditions. The bail bondsmen will locate the defendant and take them back to jail. If the defendant does not make their court date you could lose any collateral that was signed over with the bond, but as long as the defendant complies with the terms set by the bail bondsman and shows up for all court dates, you shouldn’t have anything to worry about.

How long do I have to abide by the terms of the bond?

Once the trial is over you are no longer obligated to the bond or bondsmen. It does not matter whether the defendant was found innocent or guilty. 

About Us

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Our Mission

We work for you with compassion and confidentiality. We explain the process in terms that are easily understood and give you copies of all documents. We are always here for you to answer questions and help you through the process. We also gladly make referrals for other support services you may need and even come to court for your moral support.

Our Founder

Our founder, Dee Murray, has been a licensed bail bond agent since 2011. She has more than 30 years’ experience working in collections, sales, and customer service. Prior to joining the bail bond industry, she worked in accounting and inside sales

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Dee is one of a growing number of women in the bail bond industry. In addition to providing prompt and respectful service, she is committed to being a source of information for you, helping you understand the bail bond process. She is a member and secretary of the Virginia Bail Association, a mentor in youth groups in the city of Richmond, and a notary public. Dee also enjoys spending time with family and friends. Honesty, trust, professionalism, respect, and integrity are very important to her and are reflected in the way she runs and operates her bail bond agency.