Visalia Bail Bond Questions and Answers

April 25th, 2011 | Written by Bail Bonds Blog

Some of the most important questions regarding a Visalia bail bond go unanswered for the co-signer and for anyone else who faces the situation of needing one for themselves or someone else. It is important that everyone has the facts they need to clearly understand the process. Here are some questions that are important but are often not covered when it concerns the Visalia bail bond process: How long does an arrested person have to appear in court before the bond must be paid? In California, the law allows the bail agent one year (360 days) to return the arrested person to the court before the bond has to be paid. If that person does not return to court, a co-signer can call the bond agency and ask for a bail bond reinstatement. This is going to allow the person who was arrested to return to the court without being arrested again to resume his or her case.

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