SERVING ALL JAILS
In the San Gabriel Valley, in fact anywhere in California, our licensed bail bondsmen can have your family member or friend released in just a few short hours.
It's fast and easy to handle your bail bond needs with us via fax or e-mail or, we can have a bondsman meet with you at your home, office or, directly at the one of the San Gabriel Valley jails.
We will walk you through every step of the bail bond process so you understand how it works. We have many years of experience in the bail bonds industry and will have your loved one or friend released from any San Gabriel Valley jail as soon as possible. You can always trust that our expert bail company will work our hardest for you.
For more information on bail bonds throughout the San Gabriel Valley, please visit our city specific pages. You can also call at 888-224-5266.
San Gabriel Valley Bail Bonds Solutions for You
You likely have many questions and concerns and we're here to help you through the process. We offer:
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You may also choose to pay in cash. If financing a bail bond is necessary and you qualify, we're here for you with no financing charges.
Often, collateral is not required.
Local San Gabriel Valley Agents – We understand the unique aspects of the San Gabriel Valley jail systems
You may also call locally at 818-348-8551.
BAIL BOND PROCESS
We want to help make sure the bail procedure flows smoothly for you. During the course of our initial phone consultation, we will collect basic information about the individual's situation, e.g., where the detainee is being held, how long they have been detained, what the charges are, how long they've lived in their current residence, if they're employed, etc.
Once that's complete, most of our customers prefer to use our bail bond by Fax or e-mail option which permits us to speed up the bail process even faster. Timing from first phone call to completion of paperwork can be accomplished in 15 to 30 minutes for most bonds. Find out more information about how bail bonds work.
It is important to understand that if you are bailing someone out of jail, you are accepting the responsibility of making sure the individual will appear in court. When the bail bond is filed with the jailer, the defendant will be released on the promise that they will appear in court as required. If they should fail to appear, the full amount of the bail becomes payable by you.
Such situations, however, are very rare. Since you know the defendant, we trust that you know he or she will show up at court and take care of the situations. Little issues such as missed court dates due to illness can be handled with a simple phone call to reschedule. We are always here 24/7 to answer any questions you may have. Here, we provide detailed information on the responsibilities of being a bail indemnitor.
BAIL BOND COSTS
The amount of a bail is set in accordance to the severity of the offense and with consideration for public safety, and is intended to be substantial enough to ensure appearances for court dates. We understand that not everyone may be in the position to afford the full amount of a bail. That's why we offer flexible bail payment options.
We never charge any finance fees, charges or taxes, and we offer no collateral bail options to qualified applicants. We find that most of our clients choose the convenience of using a credit card, as this is the quickest way to obtain a bail bond. We always accept cash.
By law in California, the cost of a bail bond is 10% of the total amount of the bail. For example: If the amount of the bail is $20,000, you will pay $2,000 to have your family member or friend released from jail just as soon as possible.
We treat our customers with respect and always do business with integrity. Trust us be your number one resource for bail bonds in the San Gabriel Valley and surrounding areas.
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