riverside bail bonds faqs

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What makes a bail bond?

 

A bail bondsman will have you fill out a bail bond, which is a contract that states that the agent will post the full bail amount and you take responsibility for making sure that the defendant appears to his or her assigned court date. If the defendant skips bail, then you will be held responsible for the bail money.

 

Where could I go for a cheap bail bond?

 

In the state of California, it is illegal for any bail bonds agency to charge you any different than ten percent of the bail amount.

 

How do you pay for a bail bond?

 

You could pay for a bail bond in all cash, check, or any major credit card. Also be sure to ask about setting up a payment plan if you cannot pay it all off at once.

 

How could I trust you guys?

 

Our agency is family owned and operated, we treat all of our clients as if they are a part of our family. Our agents will not stop until your loved one is out of jail and in your custody to await their trial.

 

How could I start for a payment plan?

 

In order to start a payment plan, you will need to contact one of our agents at Riverside Bail Bonds so that he or she could meet with you in order to come up with a payment that fits your budget.

 

Whats the interest rate for a payment plan?

 

We do not charge any interest for payment plans, but you may need to provide us with some form of collateral in order to do it.

 

What is considered to be a misdemeanor?

 

A misdemeanor is any crime with a degree of seriousness that is less than that of a felony. This type of crime is punishable by up to a year in prison. You may also have to pay a fine and do some form of probation.

 

What is considered to be a felony?

 

A felony is considered to be a crime that is much more serious than a misdemeanor and it could be punished by no less than a year in prison with a fine and probation.

 

What do I do if I missed my court date?

 

If you miss your court date, it is vital that you contact the bail bondsman as soon as possible so that he or she could get it rescheduled before they issue a bench warrant for your arrest.

 

How do you qualify for a bail bond?

 

The only things you need to qualify for a bail bond are some form of identification and the information about the inmate.