Whenever one is dealing with criminal legal cases, particularly a case that may or may not have resulted in the incarceration of an individual, it is important to deal with a bail bondsman who is familiar with the bail bonds process, and the need for proper treatment of the individual case. With an abundance of versatility one should be given the entire attention regarding each and every detail of each case. It is because of our firm practice of these principles that our reputation as the finest bonding company in Southern California has spread in the manner it has.
Call Us First To Secure Your Bond
We will have an initial telephone consultation in which one of our bonds professionals will ask a few general questions regarding you, your case, and your personal situation. These will include questions such as "What are the pending charges?", "What jail are you currently detained at?", "What is the sum of the charges pending?". and "What is your bond amount?".
Completion Of All Legal Required Documents
When each and every legal aspect of the bondsman/client relationship is explained you will be asked to give signature to a statement of understanding. This is a required paper that must be completed prior to bonding. When paperwork and payments are finalized, we as the bondsman will proceed to post bond for you with the facility of detainment. Based on past experiences, this carries the possibility of taking a period of time from one hour to 2 days.
Bail Bonds: How Do They Work?
If you are currently being detained in a jail facility, the court may have placed a sum of money on your head, so to speak. This means they require that sum for your release pending trial, otherwise you remain detained. Bail Bondsmen work with the person being charged through negotiations and financial agreements, to post the amount of the bond for you, and we ensure your presence in court. If you fail to appear, the charges fall on us.
More Bond Services/Unsecured Bail Bonds
For those who are unable to post the entire bond immediately we offer services involving the use of collateral and payment arrangements and no collateral bail bonds that will fit your personal financial needs. This helps to ensure your release, and enables you to keep the current job you have rather than losing it because you are in jail.
In conclusion, we have a solid reputation with Southern California regarding the court system and other types of detention facilities from which we may be needed. Give us a call for a telephone consultation today. You'll be glad you did!