If you are arrested and brought to jail, you can expect to spend a minimum of a few hours in the Intake area of the facility. You will have access to free telephones during this time. The first thing you should do is call a friend or family member to let them know where you are.

No, you should let a friend or relative know that you are in jail. It may be an hour or more before you know what your bond amount is. As soon as you know how much your bond is, you or a family member can contact us so we can begin the process of getting you out of jail.

Yes, they can. Here are the numbers for the local county jails:

The Cobb County Jail 770-672-6960
The Fulton County Jail 770-640-1895

Jail personnel are only allowed to release certain information. In most cases, they will tell you if a person is incarcerated there, what they are charged with and how much the bond is.

This is important information for your loved ones to have. Jails can be very busy places and you may only have a chance to make one or two free calls. If those close to you are aware of your charges and bond information, they can make the arrangements with us to post your bond.

It depends on your charges and criminal history. In Cobb and Fulton counties, the most common offenses people are arrested for are Driving Under the Influence, Possession of Less Than an ounce of Marijuana and Driving With a Suspended License. Those are all misdemeanor charges, and usually carry a bond amount of $1,000-$2,000. That means we would only charge you a small portion of that figure to restore your freedom.

If you are charged with a more serious felony, your bond amount may be several thousand dollars. We handle felony bond as well, and are here to answer any questions you may have.

We are the most dedicated bonding company in the area. If you or a loved one are in jail, we are here to answer your questions and expedite the process. We understand exactly how valuable your freedom is.

Yes. We are open 24 hours a day. We can post bonds in either Fulton or Cobb county jails around the clock.

You can release your funds to a friend or a loved one, so the money can be used towards your bond. You can also release money to AAOK Bail Bonding. We will come to the jail and pick it up after you authorize the release. If you want to use a credit card, you can even release the property you were arrested with to speed up the bond process. These types of releases can be done 24 hours a day. If you need assistance with the bonding process, or additional bond funds, we can help!