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How do Bail Bonds work?

When someone is arrested and given a bail amount the only way to secure their release is by posting bail. Bail can be posted in one of two ways. The first way is to post the entire bail amount in cash at the local jail. Most clients cannot afford to post this amount in cash and therefore use their second option, a bond. A bail bonds company can post a bond for the bail amount for a fee. Once the a bond is posted, the defendant is released into the custody of the Bail Bonds company.

How Much Does Bail Cost?

Bail rates are set and regulated by the California Department of Insurance. All Bail Bonds Companies in California must charge the rates set forth by the Department of Insurance.

Standard Rate: 10% of Penal Bail Amount.

Discounted Rate: 8% of Penal Bail Amount.

According the California Department of Insurance regulations, in order to be eligible for the 8% discounted bail rate you must meet one of the following conditions:

1. Active or Honorably Discharged Military Personnel - Defendants and/or co-signers are eligible for the 8% discounted bail rate if they currently or have previously served in the United States Armed Forces. Proof of military service must be submitted to 510 Bail Bond in one of the following forms:

-Military Identification Card

-Copy of Form DD 214

-Copy of Military earnings statement

-Signed declaration of service by an active Officer or NCO along with a copy of their Military I.D.

*Proof of military service must be submitted prior to execution of bond to receive discounted bail rate.

2. Retained Private Defense Counsel - Defendants and/or Co-signers who have retained private defense counsel for the case in which they are seeking bail for are eligible for the 8% discounted bail rate. Proof of retained counsel must be submitted to 510 Bail Bond in one of the following forms:

- Copy of signed contract between client and attorney

- Signed declaration of retention by attorney

*Proof must be submitted prior to execution of bond to receive discounted bail rate. In most cases 510 Bail Bond may obtain proof of retention for you.

3. Active Union Member - Defendants and/or        Co-signers who are active members of a union are eligible to receive the 8% discounted bail rate. Proof of membership must be submitted to 510 Bail Bond in one of the following forms:

- Union Member I.D.(w/ expiration date) and recent pay stub

- Receipt of payment of dues within the last 30 days

*Proof must be submitted prior to execution of bond to receive discounted bail rate.

 

Affordable Payment Options

At 510 Bail Bond - Bail Bonds Sacramento we understand not everyone is prepared to pay bail premium. After all, no one expects to go to jail! Our affordable payment options can help you secure the release of your loved one with as little as 3% down with no credit check! Our affordable payment options are just one of the many reasons why 510 Bail Bond continues to be a top rated bail bonds company. Many can claim to have the lowest payments and the best customer service, but none of them are 510 Bail Bond. Call one of our Agents today and discuss how our payment options can help you. 

 

What is the bail process?

At 510 Bail Bond - Sacramento Bail Bonds, the process is very simple. Once you have called one of our Agents, We will ask you a few very basic and simple questions. Such as, defendant’s name and where they are being held. The Agent will then verify the bail information with the jail and will discuss payment arrangements. Once payment arrangements are made a 510 Bail Bond Agent will come to you and go over the paperwork. Then the Agent will post the bond at the jail and the defendant will be released. Once a bond is posted release times are not in control of the bail bondsmen. Release times vary by time of day and by jail. 

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How Does Collateral Work?

Collateral is not needed in most cases. however, it is sill the most misunderstood subject in bail bonds. Collateral is most commonly taken in the form of real estate or a vehicle, although anything of significant value may be used.

When taking real estate as collateral a temporary lien is placed against the property. The lien is removed once the bond is exonerated and all premiums have been paid.

Vehicles are taken as collateral by title. The bail bonds company will hold on to the title until the bond is exonerated and all premiums have been paid. No physical possession of the vehicle is taken.

Miscellaneous items taken as collateral will likely need to be temporarily given to the bail bonds company. Once the bond is exonerated and all premiums have been paid the items will be immediately returned.

If you have any questions about collateral please feel free to call us.

 

More information on choosing a Sacramento bail bonds and why you should choose us!

510 Bail Bond
Sacramento, California 95814
Phone: 1-855-510-2245
Top rated bail bonds company in Sacramento, Ca providing convienent and affordable bail bonds services.
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