Bail bonds in Simi Valley, CA

Accerelated Bail Bond

1957 Duncan St #C
Simi Valley, CA 93065

Acme Bail Bonds

2945 Townsgate Rd #200
Westlake Village, CA 90013

Rodrigo Bail Bonds Service

95 W Sidlee St
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

Simi Valley Bail Bonds

1197 E Los Angeles Ave
Simi Valley, CA 93065

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Bail bonds

When you have been apprehended for a serious criminal offense, you must remain in prison while awaiting the bail hearing. At the bail hearing, the court will decide the bail amount that will get you released from jail. If you or a friend has the money available, then there's no problem. However, if you don't have any available funds, you will be forced to remain in prison while awaiting your trial -- a scary thing to consider. The good news is, there is a solution: You or a friend can seek help from a bail bondsman who can put up your bail to the court, get you released from prison.

But how can you contact a bail bond agent ? That's where this website can help: We can help you search for a trusted and reliable bonding company in Simi Valley who can post the necessary bail to allow you to leave jail.

What is bail?

If you or your loved one lands behind bars, the primary goal is getting out of prison as soon as possible. Depending on the number of cases, the court may not be able to get to your case for quite some time. All that time, you have to stay in prison except if you make bail.

There are a number of factors that will impact the bail amount, and whether your case is bailable in the first place). For example, the judge will consider your criminal record, the seriousness of the crime you are being charged with, whether or not you are likely to run and if you are able to come up with the bail.

Why do I need a bail bond?

Utilizing a bail bondsman is among the most cost-efficient ways of leaving jail. In most states, the rate for a bail bond is 10% of the bail amount, which provides you a cost effective chance to get released from jail. So if you are looking to bail somebody out, your primary consideration should be to look for a bondsman in your city.

Another reason you must think about using a bonding company is the simple fact that they streamline the notorious and equally complex judicial process. You get in touch with the bail bondsman, provide some basic info about yourself or the individual you want to bail out, and they will post the bail in your place. Before you know it, you are released from jail and enjoying an evening meal with your loved ones.

We all know first impressions are the most lasting, so it probably is a very good idea to appear before a judge as a dependable member of the community in civilian clothing, instead of arriving in a jail jumpsuit. A bail bondsman gives you the opportunity to dress the part and show the judge the opposite side of you.

How does the bail bonds process work

Bear in mind: When you get arrested and taken into custody for a supposed crime, instantly ask for a lawyer to work with you and protect your legal rights. Also, get in touch with a trusted person to get in touch with a bail agent to begin the bail procedure. Once this contact is made, the bondsman will want answers to simple questions like the suspect's name, date of birth, and the place or city of the arrest. The bail bondsman will then offer to pay the bail money for you in return for an affordable service fee. Right after the agreement is made, the bail bondsman will continue with the necessary actions to have you released from prison. Within hours, following the actions taken by your bail bondsman, you can walk out of jail, free once again.

Information your bail bondsman needs to have

If you contact a bail bondsman, you have to provide the following details:

  • Your name if you are the suspect
  • The name and location of the jailhouse where the defendant is held
  • The booking number in the police blotter
  • The charges filed against the accused
  • Any extra related information

What is accepted as collateral?

In most cases, the bondsman will ask for collateral with the deal. This is reasonable taking into account the risks involved. An inmate is a possible flight risk, and there have been plenty of examples where a bonding company had to employ the services of a bounty hunter to bring back the fleeing suspect.

But what is acceptable as collateral? Basically, if a bondsman considers an asset valuable, you are able to use it as a guarantee for the bail bond. Below are a few examples:

  • Real estate
  • Vehicles
  • Shares
  • Jewelry
  • Electronics
  • Bank accounts
  • Credit cards

If you can't afford the bail bond right now, bonding companies usually offer payment options that you can use. Simply talk to the bondsman to determine which option is best suited when it comes to your situation.

Use this website to search for a bondsman that will be perfect for you. Most of them are open 24x7, ready to help you or a friend to spend the as little time as possible in jail.

Bail bonds in the Simi Valley area