Since every case is different, we have a bail bonds process that has been designed to fit your unique needs. For this reason, our company has come to be well known for giving detailed attention, top notch customer service and being highly versatile too. All of this has led to our immense popularity.
When you give us a call for your initial consultation you'll need to tell our staff member:
1. How much the bail bond is
2. When the court date has been set for
3. What all of the charges include
4. In which facility the defendant is being detained
It is important for you to understand all of your rights and responsibilities in regard to your bail bonds. You will need to show us that you thoroughly understand the process. This is done with your signature on a Bail Bond Agreement. Once this paperwork is completed, a bondsman can post bail with the appropriate jail personnel. Depending upon the details that are involved, this may take between an hour and a few days.
People who have been arrested and charged with a crime can either choose to post bond and retain their freedom until the time of trial or they can stay in jail until then. By choosing to partake in the bail bonds process, you must understand all of its legal ramifications. We are obligated to make sure that you appear in court. Otherwise we have to pay the remainder of the bail to the court, thus forfeiting your bond.
If you qualify for bail you can make installment payments with a major credit card. Your bondsman will tell you what your options are so that you can choose the right one for you. It's possible that an unsecured bond may be right for you, in which case you won't need any collateral in order to get a bail bond.
Since we work with all of the different jails and detention centers within the southern part of California, we are able to offer you a complete array of services. These services, coupled with our high level of both integrity and reliability have led us to have a great reputation within this business today. So, give us a call the next time you or someone you know is in need of a bond.