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Serving Anderson, Knox, and Campbell Counties   
Anderson: 865-457-1210 | Knox: 865-521-2999 | Campbell: 423-562-7100

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Fast Bail Bond Services

Do you want to help your friend or family member avoid spending the night in jail? Contact us! Metro Bonding Company will help you post the bail and get him or her out of jail as quickly as possible.
We are a locally owned business that's been serving your community for 16 years.

Learn More About Metro Bonding Company

Our company believes that your legal needs are of the utmost importance and we are committed to meeting those needs. Our skilled team is capable of assisting those who have never been in this kind of situation.
 
We welcome the opportunity to earn your trust and deliver the best bail bond service in the industry!
 
Your call will always be attended by our bond agent. Unlike "other" bonding companies, when you call us, you will never get an answering service. When you call us, you call Kelli, the agent who made your bond, who knows your situation, and knows you.
 
Trust our bail bond agents to even remind you or your loved one of your court dates to help you avoid another trip to jail for failing to appear in court.
 
Surely, it would probably be in the best interest of our company to make another bond, but it's not our interest that matters. To us, it's your interest that matters.
 
You can get in touch with us at 865-591-4495 (Anderson, Knox, and Campbell counties) or 865-457-1210 (Anderson County). Call us at 865-521-2999 for Knox County and at 423-562-7100 for Campbell County. However, we don’t entertain soliciting calls.

How Do Bail Bonds Work?

When you or your loved one is arrested, he or she will most likely have a bond set by the judge who signed the warrant.

There are a few options to posting bail. For example, let's say the bond is set at $5,000.

Cash Bond

If you just happen to have $5,000 lying around (cash only), you may take your cash to the jail and post what is known as a cash bond.
 
The problem with a cash bond is that the payment must be in cash and you may not have access to that much cash in the middle of the night; perhaps, it may be after the banks have closed or on a weekend or you may just not have the amount needed to post a cash bond.
 
The court holds your money, and upon the defendant appearing on all of his or her court dates, the $5,000 you paid to the jail is returned after deducting any court fees or fines.
 
This is only done when the defendant's case is complete and final. This could happen months or even years later!

Property Bond

This is similar to posting a cash bond, but your property is used in lieu of cash and is normally done on larger bonds.
 
The property must be free and clear of any liens and should be worth 1.5 times the amount of the bond. The problem with this option is that it also has to be done during courthouse hours and costs you attorney and / or title fees.
 
This is time-consuming and may not be an option if you don't own any property; it's after hours, a weekend or a holiday; or you don't wish the court to hold a deed of trust on your property for however long the defendant is going to court.
 
So, if you're like most of us and don't have lots of cash available at a moment’s notice, your best option is, of course, to hire Metro Bonding Company to post the bond for you.
 
Whether you don’t own property or don't want to have your money or property being tied up in the bank of the court, you can rely on us to post your bond.
 
Hiring a bonding company is nonrefundable. However, it'll get you or your loved one out of jail as fast as possible without having to wait for banks to open to post a cash bond.
 
With our help, you or your loved one won’t have to stay in jail. Hopefully, this has answered most of your questions, but if you have more, give us a call at any of the numbers listed below:
Anderson: 865-457-1210
Knox: 865-521-2999
Campbell: 423-562-7100
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