Bail Bondsman Cobb County Ga:
Call 770-672-6960

Our Cobb County office in Marietta, GA, quickly and professionally provides bail bonds for all of Cobb County and the following facilities and cities:


  • Cobb County and Cobb County Jail
  • Smyrna and Smyrna CountyJail
  • Kennesaw and the Kennesaw Jail

Call us now for a fast “no obligation” cost and terms quote, and as much free bail bonds advice as you need . . .

AAOK Bail Bonds
55 Atlanta Street S.E. Suite 207A,
Marietta, Georgia 30060

We’re glad to take calls 24/7 if you want to bail someone in Cobb County out ASAP!


Bail Bondsman Fulton County Ga:
Call 770-640-1895

We have two locations. One for Cobb County bail bonds and one for Fulton County bail Bonds (though you can certainly call us at either location no matter where you live).

Our bail bondsman Fulton County includes fast, professional service to all facilities in Fulton County, specifically including:

  • Fulton County Jail
  • Roswell and the Roswell Jail
  • Alpharetta and Apharetta Jail

AAOK Bail Bonding Company
830 Ellis Street
Roswell, Georgia 30075

Feel free to call us anytime in the day or night if you want to get someone out at that time. Our bail bondsman in Fulton County will happily provide 27/7 emergency bail bonds service.

Need familiarity with some of the bail bonds lingo?

Here’s some of the common Bail Terms…



If you find yourself in jail for any reason, your first priority should be getting out as soon as possible. If you spend an extended period of time locked up there could be serious repercussions for you and your family. If you are arrested for a misdemeanor, you will be given a bond amount. A bond is a dollar figure assigned by a judge that allows you to get out of jail and enjoy your life until you are scheduled for court. Some felonies may also have a bond.

There are some important things for you, and your family, to keep in mind should you end up in jail. The first important fact is that using a company like AAOK Bail Bonding, is the quickest and most inexpensive way to regain your freedom. Even a simple misdemeanor, like driving with a suspended license, could have a bond as high as $2,000. That means your loved ones would have to pay the entire amount in order to get you out. A bond could be as much as $10,000 for more serious charges. At AAOK, we charge a small portion of the total bond and post the remaining balance on your behalf. You are then able to go home to your family and continue to work as your case is pending.

There are some other things to keep in mind that can influence jail time:

1. Time is limited: Time is of the essence when someone is locked up. In Cobb County Jails and Fulton County Jails, arrestees have a limited amount of time to use free telephones. If bond arrangements aren’t made quickly, a move to a housing area will be imminent. In those areas of a jail, telephones only make collect calls.

2. Information is needed: Your loved ones may call the jail to find out information. In most cases, county employees will tell you what a person is charged with and what their bond is. This is crucial information to have.

3. How Busy Is The Jail? Most people would be surprised to learn that weekends usually aren’t the busiest times in Cobb and Fulton county jails. Fridays and Saturdays certainly have a number of arrestees, but most weekdays are much busier. In a county like Cobb, there could be as many as sixty people in the jail’s intake waiting to be processed. That’s sixty people all waiting to be fingerprinted and use the free phones. Even if it is busy, those making bail arrangements should contact AAOK bail bonds to begin the bail process. It’s never too soon to get things moving.

4. Property: Most jails allow an arrestee’s property to be released. That could be important if something like a debit or credit card is needed to post bond. All your family member or friend has to do is request a property release through AAOK Bail Bonding


As you can see, there are a number of important details to keep in mind to expedite release from jail. The more you know ahead of time, should something unfortunate happen that results in a trip to jail, the better off you will be. In Cobb County, you can reach AAOK Bail Bonding at 770-672-6960. In Fulton County, you can reach us at 770-640-1895.

Need familiarity with some of the bail bonds lingo?

Source: Black’s Law Dictionary

  • bail-jumping – the criminal offense of defaulting on one’s bail
  • bailee – a person who receives personal property from another as a bailment
  • bailer/bail agent/bail bondsman – one who provides bail as a surety for a criminal defendant’s release
  • bail bond – a bond given to a court by a criminal defendant’s surety to guarantee that the defendant will duly appear in court in the future and, if the defendant is jailed, to obtain the defendant’s release from confinement
  • bail commissioner – a judge empowered to hold an emergency hearing to set bail when a hearing cannot be held during regular court hours
  • excessive bail – bail that is unreasonably high considering both the offense with which the accused is charged and the risk that the accused will not appear for trial
  • personal recognizance – the release of a defendant in a criminal case in which the court takes the defendant’s word that he or she will appear for a scheduled matter or when told to appear
  • surety – a person who is primarily liable for the payment of another’s debt or the performance of another’s obligation

Remember, if you need us now, call us Now! 770-640-1895