Bail-Bonds

Difference Between Bail and Bond

July 9th, 2018 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Any person in the United States who is suspected of having committed a crime is not guilty until convicted in a court of law. That’s why just about anyone charged with an offense has the option to get bailed out or bonded out. What is bail, and what is bond?


Bail-CA

How to Expedite the Bail Process

June 26th, 2018 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Anyone who has a loved one who's locked up, and trying to expedite their release should understand the bail process. No one wants the phone call that says their loved one has been arrested, but after the phone call gets received, they can take a few steps to help him or her get out of jail. Luckily, the California bail bonds process is quite straightforward, and he can hire a bail bondsman to help with getting a loved one out of jail.


Arrest, Booking and Bail

Learn about Arrest, Booking and Bail

May 28th, 2018 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Bail bonds are for people who have gone through the arrest process, have been detained and now want to avoid having to stay in jail until their hearing date. A bail bond company pays the bail that the judge sets, which helps get the accused party out of jail. When the accused person is finished going to court, the bail bond company releases the monies that they put up for the bail.


Typical New Year's Eve Crimes

Typical New Year’s Eve Crimes

December 29th, 2017 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

For most people, New Year’s Eve is a joyous, maybe even raucous occasion.


Racketeering

What is Racketeering?

December 13th, 2017 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Under California law, racketeering is the illegal operation of a business or scheme (racket) for the purpose of making a profit.


Bail Bond Rates

In general, the standard industry rate for bail bonds is 10% of the face amount of bail. For example, if the face amount of bail is $10,000, the fee is $1,000. Read More

Financing

We offer affordable interest-free credit terms that are tailored to your financial situation. You can even put as little as 0-5% down (OAC). Read More