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Progressive In Our Thoughts, Progressive In The Solutions We Offer

American Pre-Trial Monitoring Services was formed in 2020 in order to assist the criminally accused (1) escape pre-trial detention that might not otherwise be possible due to the high costs associated with the traditional ankle monitor; (2) provide resources through strategic partnerships in hopes that the underlying issues contributing to the introduction into the system are resolved.


Cell-Phone Based Ankle Monitor Replacement

Our cell-phone based ankle monitor alternative is a tangible representation of what the use of bail could be, a concept that when applied correctly, will serve all parties concerned.

It is our vision that an individual is only introduced into the criminal justice system a single time and during this exposure they are justly punished for their offensive behavior and provided the necessary resources to prevent reintroduction.

Countless studies have suggested that mental illness and addiction are driving forces responsible for the introduction and continued presence in the criminal justice system. From within the app’s Resources section, the accused can be connected with those organizations that assist with mental health, drug & alcohol addiction counseling.

There are even resources available that can assist with employment opportunities for those with a criminal record.

In an effort to better assist the accused in the securing of legal counsel, American Pre-Trial Monitoring Services provides a Need An Attorney section within the app. For those who are able to afford an attorney, they have the ability of accessing the top 100 attorneys listed within the AVVO Attorney Directory (based upon their zip code). For those who are unable to afford, they are provided access to the contact information for each Public Defender’s office serving the counties in which charges are pending.

Our app serves the State and victim by providing location data to locate the accused in the event that they fail to appear at each and every attempt the State makes to rebut the presumption of innocence.


For The Accused

We have structured our monitoring fees so that they are extremely affordable. We believe it important that you have the ability to have access to the monies necessary to prepare for your defense as well as pay any costs associated with the entities found within the Resources section.

Need flexibility in the payment of your monitoring fee? Not a problem. We have partnered with an industry leading provider of merchant processing and will be able to tailor the payment of your monthly monitoring fee so that it does not become burdensome.

For The State

Yes, it most certainly does.

For each accused, you have the ability of specifying an unlimited number of geofences, specifying what activity (entering or exiting the geofence) will give rise to a violation of any court order.

Kim Dunn


Daniel Brittain Dugger

App Architect & Support



in Their Fields

If you are looking to partner with individuals who enjoy a command of how technology can be leveraged in our criminal justice system in a manner that serves all participants, you need not look any further.

Leveraging technology-based solutions to assist in the transformation of the current criminal justice system into one that is fair and just, like the Founders intended it to be.


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AAA Bail Bond Agency of Michigan is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week to provide fast and affordable bail bond services in Detroit, throughout Michigan and around the rest of the United States. Our locally owned bail bond agency is staffed by licensed agents who can assist with both large and small bail bonds. We work quickly to ensure that your loved one doesn’t spend a minute longer than necessary behind bars. We understand that this can be a very difficult time for you and your loved ones, which is we why we are available every single day of the year to answer any of your questions or to begin the bail bond process. Our bail bond services are always confidential. If you need a bail bond in Michigan don’t hesitate to contact our friendly and professional team, day or night.

When you need to post bail in Wayne County, Oakland County & St Clair County, and beyond we will work closely with you to ensure that you fully understand the use of bail bonds. We promise to clearly explain every step of the bail process before beginning and we will address any questions that you may have. We also understand posting bail is likely something you didn’t budget for, which is why we offer several payment options and plans, including the acceptance of collateral and credit cards.

One of the hardest phone calls you may ever receive is a friend or relative contacting you from jail and asking you to post bail for them. While you’ll have many questions about what happened and what crimes they are charged with, you may also be curious how you can get them out of jail fast. We encourage you to call us at AAA Bail Bond Agency to discuss bail bonds in Michigan. Our nationwide reach will ensure that your loved one is released on bail in a quick and affordable manner, no matter what jail they are in. To learn more about how we can help you during this difficult time call our friendly representatives day or night, we’re always available.

Detroit Bail Bonds

Detroit is a city of hustle and bustle, and sometimes the best of us get caught up in a less than ideal situation. Our team of Detroit bail bond agents can help you get your loved one out of jail on bail if they’ve been arrested for a crime. Our agents are qualified to handle bail bonds for felonies and misdemeanors, including DUIs, drug possession and weapons charges. We strive to provide the fastest bail service in Detroit and beyond.

Michigan Bail Bonds

AAA Bail Bond Agency employs agents throughout the great state of Michigan. This allows us to quickly and affordably post bail at any jail in the state. We work within every Michigan county, including Wayne County, Oakland County, Genesee County, and Ottawa County. Our bondsmen can assist you no matter where in Michigan you are located. Give us a call and we will begin the bail process immediately, ensuring the quick release of your loved one.

Low Fee Bail Bonds

Low Fee Bail Bonds in Clinton Township, MIIt is important to us that we’re able to get your loved one released without breaking the bank. We will work with you to find a suitable payment option to cover your already low bail fee if you don’t have the funds on hand. We can gladly accept certain types of collateral and we can also develop a payment plan if necessary. Just give us a call to get started so your loved one isn’t in jail any longer than necessary.

There are several types of bonds that allow a person to get out of jail. At AAA Bail Bond Agency of Michigan we can assist you in finding the best bail option for your situation. As a Michigan bail bond business it is our mission to get your loved one released from jail fast. To learn more about the different types of bail bonds read on, and if you have any questions or if you need to post bail in Detroit be sure to give us a call.

Cash Bond – A cash bond requires an individual to pay the complete bail amount in cash. The court holds the money until the case has been concluded, at which point the full cash amount, minus any court fees, is returned to the payee. If the defendant does not show in court the cash is forfeited to the courts.

Surety Bond – A surety bond, more commonly known as a bail bond, is a contract between a bail bond agency and a guarantor, who generally pays a one time, non-refundable fee of about 10 percent of the total bail amount for the bail agency to put up a bond for the full bail amount.

Property Bond – In some circumstances an individual may use property as collateral against the bail amount. This means that the court will record a lien on the property to secure the bail amount in the event that the defendant skips court.

OR Bond – An own recognizance bond, also known as a personal recognizance bond, is a bond in which the person is released from jail without any financial security to ensure they show up for court. This is most often granted to first time offenders of non violent crimes.

Criminal Summons – A criminal summons is effectively a citation issued by an arresting officer to an arrestee that informs the arrestee that they must appear in court. Generally there is no financial security tied to this type of summons.

Setting & Paying Bail – Bail amounts are generally set by a judge or other court officials. It is based on the crime(s) a defendant is suspected of committing, any criminal history and other particulars of the case. Bail can also be set based on a general bail schedule.

THE RIGHT OF THE SURETY & BAIL AGENT TO PURSUE A PRINCIPAL WHO HAS FLED: The surety (and through it, the bail agent) in a bail bond has the right to turn its principal (the defendant) over to the Court (via law enforcement) at any time and, to this end, may pursue and seize him wherever they may find him, even if he is in another state.

More plainly, the bail agent or surety may cancel the bail at any time and turn the defendant in if necessary (e.g., the defendant has left his job, cannot be located, or is reported to be planning flight.)

By common law, the surety may arrest a defendant who has failed to appear at any time and in any place. This arrest is legally considered a continuation of the original custody and has been likened by the U.S. Supreme Court (Taylor v. Taintor 16 Wall, 366) to the re-arrest of an escaped prisoner by the Sheriff. In the same case, the Court also related that bail was intended to transfer custody from the Sheriff to the surety, not to discharge the defendant from custody entirely.

More plainly, the bail agent may use forcible entry and is not required to have a warrant or court order to do so.

The Supreme Court has also ruled that “Bail has no power to arrest the principal in a foreign country.” (Reese v. S. 9 Wall, 13).

The surety and its bail agent may empower any person of suitable age to arrest a defendant (usually by providing written authority on a certified copy of the certificate of deposit.)

In summary, bail agents have more powers than states do in pursuing and arresting principals (defendants). Bail agents do not need warrants or extradition proceedings as states do.

We at AAA Bail Bonds have been in the bond business for the last ten years. We feel that it is time to expand into this new field with the developing need for alternatives to incarceration by offering a full line of alcohol and GPS court ordered monitoring tethers. We will provide the same quality service that we have been known for in the bonds business for the past decade. We will handle our clients with the same honesty, integrity, and fair pricing terms we are known for. We will be at your service 24/7 365 days a year.

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