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WHAT IS BAIL?

Southern California Bail - What Is Bail?

A person who’s arrested for a crime is taken into custody by taw enforcement and brought to the local jail. They are processed and booked, and their fingerprints checked to ensure they don’t have any outstanding warrants or cases.

As each crime has a state-mandated amount, the jailer now sets the bail amount based on the bail schedule. The arrested individual has the option of staying in jail till the court date or may post bail so that they are released while awaiting trial.

A person who’s arrested for a crime is taken into custody by law enforcement and brought to the local jail. They are processed and booked, and their fingerprints checked to ensure they don’t have any outstanding warrants or cases.

As each crime has a state-mandated amount, the jailer now sets the bail amount based on the bail schedule. The arrested individual has the option of staying in jail till the court date or may post bail so that they are released while awaiting trial.

How Does The Southern California Bail Process Work?

 

The defendant or their friend or relative reached out to a bail agent to arrange for bail. However, the arrestee or co-signer must ensure and promise they will pay the entire bail amount if the arrestee skips a court date.

Collateral isn’t always needed to get bail. Even a family member or friend’s signature as a cosigner is enough to get bail. However, the cosigner has to be working and own a house or at least rent the same place for some time.

The bail bond agency doesn’t do all this for free. They usually charge the defendant a fee of the bail amount to bail the defendant out of jail. The amount is non-refundable, even if the district attorney dismisses the case after posting bond.

The bondsmen can also sue the defendant and cosigners for court costs. They can also recover any unpaid monies through the collateral used to bail the defendant out.

In case the defendant doesn’t show up in court on the court dates, then it’s the bail bondsmen’s responsibility to hire a bounty hunter to find the defendant and bring him to court.

The cosigner is held responsible for the entire bail amount, and all expenses borne by the bail agent while looking for the defendant and bringing him to court.

The arrestee has five options to choose from to get released from jail. They are surety bond, property bond, own recognizance (O.R.), cash bail and release on the citation (Cite Out).

CHOICE OF NO COLLATERAL BAIL BONDS

California Bail No Collateral Bail BondsJosh Herman’s Los Angeles Bail Bonds offer really fast service to all jails and courts. We can help get you out of jail just with a free quote on your required bail bond. Furthermore, we work hard, and with our clients to get them out of jail as quickly as possible.

Additionally, Josh Herman knows that it’s not easy to come up with hard assets, especially in tough times. But we still help get your loved one out of jail even if you don’t have a home or hard assets.

Our aim is to help people in trouble. Josh Herman Bail Bonds specializes in large bonds, and we instead accept credit cards, and checks. Furthermore, we even have easy and flexible payment plans.

BAIL BONDS BY EMAIL AND PHONE 

Josh Herman Bail Bonds can even do bonds by phone, email or fax, where you don’t even have to leave your home or office to get a bond. That is to say, we do it electronically, using the help of the software DocuSign to securely send the ban papers to be signed, without any scanning or printing of papers.

In fact, all you need are a Smartphone, PC, iPad or Mac to get your bail papers. However, we do have to first speak to, and discuss things with the people involved to verify all given information.

Your freedom is our business,

and WE MEAN BUSINESS!