Bail Bond Articles Regarding La Mirada

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Bail Costs

California Bail Costs In the state of California, the bail bonds industry is regulated. A bail bond fee of 10%, is the percentage set by the California Department of Insurance, and mandated by law. 10% is the percentage pertaining to the full amount of the bail value. For example, if the bail is $10,000, the...Read More

Bounty Hunters

The Role of a Bounty Hunter Most people have either seen, or heard of the TV show “Bounty Hunter.” Some people may even consider this an exciting, or even glamorous occupation, however, the reality is very different. While they may experience some adrenalin pumping moments, a bounty hunter’s life consists mainly of finding bail jumpers,...Read More

Following Arrest

The Process Following An Arrest When a person is arrested in California, they will be transported to a local law enforcement station to be processed and booked. The amount of time this takes, will depend very much on the size of the station, and how busy they are at the time. This can be anywhere...Read More

How Bail is Set

How Bail Is Set In California All over the state of California, bail costs will be established on a county to county basis. Each single county creates this “bail schedule,” every year. Even while bail sums generally don’t vary greatly, each single county even now, holds to determining a bail schedule. The truth is that...Read More

Jail Release Options

Release From Jail Options There are quite a few options for an arrested individual to be released from custody in California. While some do require financial contribution, some do not. Getting released on a bail bond, is probably the most used option. Your bail bond is likewise termed as a Surety Bond, and so demands...Read More

State vs. Federal Bail

State Bail Bonds vs. Federal Bonds Federal bonds are very different to State bail bonds, and the two should never be confused. State bail bonds permit a defendant to leave custody prior to their trial. State bail bonds are regulated by the respective state, and are reliant upon a set bail schedule, whereas Federal bonds...Read More
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