1. Three Pieces of Information You Need for a Bail Bond

    Our Thibodaux bail bondsman works hard to make the bail bond process as easy as possible for our clients. Typically people come to us due to a very stressful time in their life and they need as much help as possible to get their life back on track. One of the ways that our bail bondsman works with customers to make a visit to our office easier is by guiding you through every piece of the bail bond…Read More

  2. Who Can Post Your Bail Bond?

    If you go to jail, who can bail you out? Being arrested and held in jail is a scary, uncomfortable place to be, both mentally and physically. Your number one goal will be to get out of jail and get back to your regular life, and the sooner the better, and with as much discretion as possible. So who can work with our Bayou Cane bondsman at Lausen's Bail Bonds to help secure your release? Essentiall…Read More

  3. Differences Between Surety, Property and Cash Bail

    When it comes to getting yourself or a loved one out of jail, there are three main options that our Houma Bail Bondsman will discuss with you: property, surety, or cash bail. Read over this quick guide to learn more about these different options and decide which one might be right for you: Cash bail. This is the most straight-forward bail type. A judge sets a bail amount and the defendant gives th…Read More

  4. You Need a Superior Thibodaux Bail Bonds Service on Your Side

    When a loved one makes a bad mistake, uses very poor judgment or hangs out with the wrong type of people, these circumstances can sometimes lead to a stint in the county jail. And there are few things worse than having to spend time behind bars. Getting arrested is nothing to be taken too lightly, you need to get your loved one out of jail and get sufficient counsel right away. This is when you ne…Read More

  5. Options for Co-Signers of Thibodaux Bail Bonds

    In a previous blog, we discussed some of the things a co-signer will want to consider before signing for our Thibodaux bail bonds for a friend or family member. Co-signers become responsible for getting their loved one back to jail on their appointed court date, otherwise, they may be in danger of losing property, owing thousands of dollars in fines and fees, or even having a lien placed on bank …Read More

  6. The Biggest Misconception About Thibodaux Bail Bonds

    Most people think they have a basic understanding of bail and how bail bonds work to get someone released from jail. They may be surprised, however, when they have to actually interact with the legal system for themselves and discover they maybe didn’t understand everything quite as much as they thought they did. One of the biggest misconceptions people come into our Thibodaux bail bonds office …Read More

  7. How Contacting a Houma Bail Bondsman Can Help Your Family

    An arrest can be a devastating thing for a family, but our Houma bail bondsman can help.  Sometimes the charges themselves can be devastating while more often the time spent in jail is what can hurt a family the most. When you can’t get your loved one out of jail, they may be in danger of losing their job. That can have a huge impact on the rest of their life as bills pile up and their family…Read More

  8. What Happens When You Miss Your Court Date?

    When you use our Bayou Cane bondsman to get out of jail, they are putting up the money to secure your release. That money is like a promise that you’ll appear at your next court date. Not showing up for your court date is very, very bad. This can be called “skipping bail,” “jumping fail,” or the more technical term, “failure to appear.” No matter what you call it, though, if you end …Read More

  9. Things to Consider Before Signing for Bail Bonds in Thibodaux

    When your loved one goes to jail, it can be a nerve-wracking situation for everyone involved. Your first instinct is to help them get out of jail as quickly as possible so they can get back to their job and their family and not run the risk of being hurt while they are in custody. That’s a valid feeling and totally understandable when your loved one is in a difficult situation like being in jail…Read More

  10. Learn How Bonds Work from a Houma Bail Bondsman

    When a judge sets a bail amount for release from jail, you aren't actually giving the judge that money. Bail acts more like an insurance policy. The court will collect that amount of money and hold on to it in order to give you an incentive to turn up for your next court date. If you don't show up to court, though, you'll lose that money and the court will get to keep it. If you do show up, the …Read More