Jacksonville Bail Bonds 

District Courthouse Address: 602 Anne St, Jacksonville, NC 28540
Superior Courthouse and Mailing Address: 625 Court Street, Jacksonville, NC 28540
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8:00 am – 5:00 pm

For Bail Bondsman Call: +1 910 232 3401

Our Jacksonville bail agents are ready to assist you to get someone out of Onslow County Jail today!

When you have a friend or loved one in jail, just give one of our Jacksonville Bail Agents a call today!

Off The Hook Bail Bonding serves all of the Onslow County area. Our experienced bail bondsmen provide dependable and quick bail bonding services in the greater Jacksonville area. So, no matter if you are in Swansboro, Sneads Ferry, Topsail Beach, or another surrounding area, one of our Jacksonville Bail Bonding agents is ready to help you today. When you need us, we’re available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year, so give us a call!

Searching for an affordable Bail Bond in Jacksonville, NC?

If you’re looking for affordable and professional bail bonding service, then we are your company. Our team of Jacksonville Bail Bond agents is experienced and efficient in getting someone you care about out of jail. We understand that any time in jail can be an unplanned cost, but you don’t have to stress over it, our Onslow County Bail Agents will work with you to come up with a payment plan to fit your budget.

We serve all of Jacksonville, NC including the following areas:

Holly Ridge, Swansboro, Sneads Ferry, Richlands, and Half Moon


What is a bail bondsman?

A bail bondsman, also known as a bail bond agent or bail bondsperson, is a person or a company that provides money or property as bail to ensure the appearance of a defendant in court. In Jacksonville, Swansboro, Richlands, and Onslow County, like elsewhere in the United States, they charge a fee—typically 10% of the bail amount—for this service.

How does the bail bond process work in Onslow County?

In Onslow County, when someone is arrested and granted bail but cannot afford to pay it in full, they can contact a bail bondsman. The defendant or their representative signs a contract with the bondsman agreeing to pay the non-refundable fee. The bondsman then posts the full amount of the bond with the court as a guarantee that the defendant will appear for their court dates.


Are there any specific regulations for bail bondsmen in Onslow County?

Yes, in Onslow County and throughout North Carolina, bail bondsmen are regulated by state laws which dictate licensing requirements, conduct guidelines, and fees charges. They must comply with these regulations to operate legally within the county.


Can collateral be used for securing a bond through a bondsman in Swansboro or Richlands?

Yes, if necessary, collateral such as real estate property, vehicles, jewelry, or other valuable assets can be used to secure a bond through a bondsman. The item offered as collateral must typically have enough value to cover the full amount of the bond if the defendant fails to appear in court.


What happens if someone skips their court date after being bailed out by a bondsman in Onslow County?

If someone skips their court date after being bailed out by a bondsman in Onslow County, the court may issue an arrest warrant for them. The bondsman may employ bounty hunters (where legal) to locate and apprehend them. If not found within an allocated time frame set by law or court order (usually 90 days), the bondsman loses all posted funds and might claim any secured collaterals from those who guaranteed them (indemnitors).