Bail Bond Articles Regarding Chino

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Bail Costs

California Bail Costs The bail bonds industry is very much regulated in California. A bail bond is usually 10% of the bail amount and is mandated by California law, as well as being set by the California Department of Insurance.  The bail fee is not non-refundable. Both California bail bonds agents, and bail bond companies,...Read More

Bounty Hunters

The Role of a Bounty Hunter Most people have either seen the TV show “Bounty Hunter,” or at least heard of it. Some people may even think that this could be an exciting, and glamorous occupation, however, the reality can be a lot different. While they may experience some very exciting moments, a bounty hunter’s...Read More

Following Arrest

The Process That Follows An Arrest When an individual has been arrested for an offense in California, they will be transported to a nearby law enforcement station for both processing and booking. The time it takes to process and book an offender, will greatly depend on the size of the jail, and how busy the...Read More

How Bail is Set

How Bail Is Set In California Bail amounts are set in place on a county to county basis, in California. Each single county determines their own “bail schedule,” each and every year. Although bail costs normally don’t change too much, each individual county still adheres to the annual ritual, of setting a bail schedule. California...Read More

Jail Release Options

Release From Jail Choices In California, there are quite a few different options available to an accused who has been arrested, and being held in custody.  While some of these options will require financial payment, some will not. Getting out of prison following a bail bond, is probably among the most frequently utilized of the...Read More

State vs. Federal Bail

State Bail Bonds vs. Federal Bonds State bail bonds, and Federal bonds are actually different, and are too often confused with one another. State bail bonds are regulated by the state, and rely on a set bail schedule which is set by each individual county. In most state cases, a defendant may be granted freedom...Read More
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