How do I bail someone out of Jail?

With my assistance you can avoid having your loved one in jail for an unnecessary extended period of time. If you wish to bail someone out of jail and thus become a surety you must fulfill the following requirements: must be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident, no criminal record (you may still be a surety if you possess a minor/old criminal record), must not be an alleged victim of the offence, have enough assets to cover the amount of the bail (real estate, bank account, investments), have an ability to supervise the accused properly, have the capacity to understand and enforce the conditions of the Court.

I have over 20 years of experience dealing with bail hearings and know the appropriate steps to ensure your loved one is released. It is important to contact me immediately so that your loved one does not have stay in jail, be constrained by unfair conditions of bail or worse, not be granted bail. I can greatly increase the chance of the accused being released. I will ensure everything is in place before the accused goes before the Court, that a bail hearing is held as soon as possible, that the Court not place strict conditions on bail if any at all, assist with the types of questions that will be asked at a bail hearing, what documentation is required, provide information about becoming a surety and preparing witnesses, etc.

I am available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.