Bail Bond Articles Regarding El Monte

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Bail Costs

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

Bounty Hunters

The Role of a Bounty Hunter “Bounty Hunter,” is a television show that has been very popular with many Americans. Some viewers may possibly consider this profession to be an exciting, or even glamorous career, however, this is not always the case. While it can be true that a bounty hunter can experience some adrenalin...Read More

Following Arrest

The Process Following An Arrest When a person is arrested in California, they are 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 facility, as well as how busy they are at the time. This can be...Read More

How Bail is Set

How Bail Is Set In The State Of California Each county in California, sets their own “bail schedule” once a year, every year. Although bail amounts do not tend to change a great deal, this process is still an annual event. California has the highest bail values of any state in the country. The Orange,...Read More

Jail Release Options

Release From Jail Options When an individual is arrested in California, there are a few options available to them for applying for their release from jail. Some of these options will require a monetary contribution, however, some will not. Release on a bail bond, is definitely the most often utilized option. Being able to get...Read More

State vs. Federal Bail

State Bail Bonds vs. Federal Bonds Even though they are often confused, Federal bonds and State bail bonds are two very different entities. While State bail bonds allow an accused person to leave custody prior to their trial, and are regulated by their respective county’s bail schedule, Federal bonds are not. If someone has been...Read More
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