Carson Bail Bonds Aces provide confidential and fast service for all your bail bonding needs, throughout the city of Carson, and the greater Los Angeles area. Seven days a week, twenty-four hours a day, we are available to meet your needs. Our agents are experienced and licensed professionals that understand the emotional strain and stress you experience while trying to obtain bail for your loved one or friend. This is why we take all the necessary steps to make the process as easy as possible.
How we make the process easy:
Delivering the necessary bail information and promptly arranging bail and writing the bond.
Establishing financial arrangements, which include credit terms and collateral.
Providing easy to understand steps during the process and delivering honest advice for any situation.
We are able meet with new clients night or day to arrange for bail to obtain a jail release. Regardless if this is within the client's home, at the jail, at our bonds' office, or a mutual location, we are available to make the process as easy as possible.
Our focus is always on the client and providing the best service possible; especially for those that may be in jail for the first time or have limited knowledge about the bail bonds process. Carson Bail Bonds Aces have trained professionals that are available around the clock, so you never have to worry about dealing with an answering machine in your time of need.
Here is more information on the process of a bail bond:
We have a lot of people question the amount time needed to get out on bail. We understand how valuable time can be in these types of situations, so on average, the paperwork process can take approximately 15 to 30 minutes to complete. Once the paperwork is submitted, you can expect a jail release time of one hour or less. This is normally achievable with local police stations. For large county jails, the release time can be 2 to 10 hours. When there is a large facility, there are similar issues that can potentially slow down the process some on the Jail's end.
Once the bond is posted, the premium is not refundable. This is because the bail's premium is the fee that is paid to a Bail Agent for posting a bond. This fee is documented in the contract, which is executed during the time that the bond is posted.
After your bond is ordered exonerated through the court, you are able to retrieve your collateral. In order to receive this order from the court, there are a few different scenarios that can happen:
The individual has entered a negotiated plea and from there is sentenced.
All of the charges have been dropped.
During the trial, the individual is found innocent.
The individual has been sentenced, during the trial.
The judge has granted the individual a deferred entry.
Outside of these scenarios, the collateral will be returned when there is no longer an outstandingbalance on the premium. When it comes to a bond's exoneration, the amount of time it takes to deliver varies. There are some jurisdictions that deliver fairly quickly, while others may require additional research.
If the individual fails to appear in court, like promised, there will be a forfeiture of the bond by the court. At the same time, a bench warrant for the individual's arrest is issued. This warrant is entered in National and State Locator Systems. After receiving notice of the individual's missed court appearance, the agency will try to contact the individual's job, home, and any additional references. Carson Bail Bonds Aces will make an effort to schedule a new court appearance. Once these efforts have proved to be unsuccessful, the next step is to employ a Bounty Hunter (Apprehension Specialist). If you are a co-signer, it is important to try to locate the individual and convince him/her to return to court. Once the defendant appears in court at a later date, there is a small fee and some possible court costs for failing to appear the first time. The longer it takes to schedule a new court appearance, the more fees the defendant accumulates. If the defendant cannot be located, after a certain period of time, the entire amount of the bond has to be paid.