Get Out Now Bail Bonds Pomona
It can truly be a confusing and scary experience, when someone you love is locked up. To be able to as quickly as possible get them home is of great help dealing with the situation,and in this difficult time, Get Out Now Bail Bonds Pomona wants to help you. By getting some knowledge and input on the bail bonds process you will start to understand what you might expect, and this knowledge will be a great help moving through the system and picking up on your life again.
Get Out Now Bail Bonds Pomona is a bail bonds company that enjoys a very high rating, and takes pride in extending respect and dignity to the citizens in this region that it serves. We have many years of hard-earned experience working with the public, police and the courts, and we will work to have your loved one released as quickly as possible. Arrests can and do happen at all different hours of the night and day, which is why we are standing by 24 hours to service your needs. When you find yourself in any sort of difficult situation which requires a bail bondsman's services, you can take solace in knowing Get Out Now Bail Bonds Pomona will be there for you.
You probably have no idea just how bail works, unless you have some previous interaction with the criminal justice system. After an individual is charged with a crime, the judge has the choice to make of keeping them in custody, release them on their own recognizance (ROR), or release them on bail. Those released on their own recognizance are allowed to leave with a promise to return for their trial and additional legal processes that will follow.
Those remanded into custody are moved into jail where they will remain until their trial gets underway. Those who are released on bail, must post a specified amount of cash or assets that affirm they will in fact appear for their trial.
A number of different factors will be considered by the judge in their determination how to set bail. For a start, one determining factor how much will be paid by the defendant will be the nature of the crime committed. For those crimes carrying heavy penalties such as kidnapping, rape and murder, the amounts of bail may be high, primarily because of the distinct possibility of the defendant not returning.
Another factor the judge takes into consideration determining bail will be the defendants criminal background, and their ties to the community. Should the defendant have no ties to the community and a history of violence, the amount of the bail is going to be higher. A person involved with the community, no criminal record and a full time job may possibly be granted a bail amount that is low, or perhaps even released on their own recognizance.
There are a number of different bail types that are available. This will be the determining factor how much will be paid and exactly how it will be paid.
With a cash bail, the full amount of the ordered bail is what the defendant must pay.
A surety bond is most often referred to as a bail bond.
An insurance company promising that if the defendant fails to appear as ordered, they will pay the full bail amount is a bail bond. A percentage of the bail amount is what the agency charges, typically a non-refundable fee of 10 percent. The person paying the bail might also have to put up collateral of some form, such as a car, business or house to make certain the person does in fact arrive in court.
A lien on a property is what this sort of bond requires, to make certain the accused keeps their court date. To secure a property bond, most people will put their houses up.
After the conclusion of the case, either through dismissal or a verdict, you will receive a check minus any applicable fees for your collateral amount. Any liens on your property that you have placed will within 30 days be released. You just have to go to the court where you can get a certificate of disposition, and then take it to your bail bondsman to get back your cash or property.
What We Do
Discussing the case of your loved one is step number one getting the money that you need. We will get all the details we require to get the process in gear, when you call us. Please be prepared to furnish the following information when you make that call:
-Name Of Defendant
-Date Of Birth
=Amount Of Bond
When you meet the bail bondsman, bring the following information with you:
-Two forms valid and current ID
-Two payroll stubs
-Proof of proper address(can be a tax return,utility bill or lease).
There are cases that in order to free your loved one, you are going to have to provide collateral. To expedite the case, their are several types collateral you may provide. These include:
The amount of the bail set will determine the amount of cash needed. Bring a money order or certified check for the proper amount.
This can include proof of business ownership, title to a car or deed to your home.
Business collateral will include a financial statement, proof of ownership or business license. A recent statement from the bank may also be brought.
Savings collateral includes stock option paperwork, certificates of deposit and accounts passbooks.
The usual back and forth that sometimes comes with bail arranging can be avoided, having these pieces of documentation when you arrive.
When we have this information, we can get in touch with the court and begin the arrangements necessary to get your loved one free. Many ask just how long will it take after the bail is paid to get the loved one free?
We work very closely with the jails and courts to help make this process go as quickly as it can. In some cases, it can be as fast as just a few hours. There can be even some cases that might be less than that. It truly depends on the jail involved how fast the process works.
Call us immediately, if a loved one or friend is arrested. We'll get on it right away and get them home as fast as possible.