Bail Bond Articles Regarding Mission Viejo

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Bail Costs

California Bail Costs The Californian bail bonds industry, is mandated by California law. Every state bail bond is usually 10% of the total bail and is also mandated via California law, and established by the California Department of Insurance. Any bail bond amount is a percentage of the total cost of the bail, and can...Read More

Bounty Hunters

Bounty Hunting The TV show “Bounty Hunter,” has been a very popular show with many Americans. A lot of people may believe this is a glamorous, or exciting career, however, the reality of it all is, that it really isn’t. Whilst bounty hunters may in fact experience exciting events, a bounty hunter’s main task is...Read More

Following Arrest

What Happens Following An Arrest When someone has become arrest for an offense in the state of California, they will be taken to a nearby law enforcement location for processing and booking. The particular booking procedure will very much depend upon how large, and/or busy the actual station is. This procedure can take as little...Read More

How Bail is Set

How Bail Is Set In California Bail amounts in California, are fixed via a county to county basis. In other words, each individual county packages their own individual “bail schedule,” every year. Even though bail prices don’t tend to deviate substantially, each county still holds to the setting of a bail schedule anyway. California has...Read More

Jail Release Options

Release From Jail Options The state of California allows a selection of release options for an arrested individual to apply for. While some might need financial assistance, some may not. Being freed on a bail bond, is among the most common release options used. A bail bond is also referred to as a Surety Bond,...Read More

State vs. Federal Bail

State Bail Bonds vs. Federal Bonds Federal bonds, and State bail bonds are completely different, and shouldn’t be confused. State bail bonds are regulated by the specific state, and rely upon a county’s set bail schedule. In most state cases, a defendant can gain their freedom by using a bail bond. When someone is charged...Read More
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