J&J Bail Bonds is a bail bond agency that has been helping families since 1997. It’s hard to imagine 19 years ago, two brothers Reggie and Renard decided to start their our own business and see where it would lead too. From this decision J&J bail Bonds was born. Of course it’s not as simple as just opening a business and hoping all flourishes- there were many ups and downs and plenty of sleepless nights, but with determination and many prayers, God has blessed us tremendously and continues to bless us
With our continued blessings we have out grown several locations and our family owned business now includes our brother Roland, sister London and our mother. So yes J&J Bail Bonds is definitely a family owned business, and with God’s grace we will continue to operate and enjoy our time together both at work and family functions.
Our 19 licensed bail bond agents are an extension of our family. They have helped people in every situation imaginable statewide and nationwide.
At J&J Bail Bonds, we believe in going the extra mile to provide professional and courteous service. Our agency is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. What does this mean for our clients? This means that whenever you call us, there will always be a licensed bail bond agent available and ready to assist you.
We always treat each of our clients with respect because we understand that you don’t have to be a criminal to get arrested! We never sacrifice a client’s privacy or violate their trust under any circumstances. So, when you, a family member or friends need help, call J&J Bail Bonds at one of the locations. We have a nationwide network of agents that we work with to serve your needs throughout the United States.
Undoubtedly we have the best staff of professional bail agents anywhere in the country. We understand what you want and what you need from us. We are here to make sure you understand every step of the bail process and to help guide you through the criminal justice system. Our job only begins when the bond is posted. We not only understand what it takes to get you out of jail but more importantly what it takes to keep you out.