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RANCHO CUCAMONGA bail bonds faqS











How do I pay for a Bail Bond?


You can pay for the bail bond with any of the major credit cards, cash, or check. If you cannot come up with the full bail amount, then we may be able to set up a payment plan for you.


How much is a bail bond?


According to state law, the price of a bail bond must be 10% of the full bail amount and cannot legally be any different than that.


What is collateral?


Any piece of property that you own that holds value can be used as collateral. Collateral is used as insurance to make sure that you pay all of your payments or that the defendant appears to court.


How long will it take to get my collateral back?


You will get your collateral back when you have completed all of your payments or once the case has been resolved. This will usually take up to 14 days after the case is finished.


What are Bail Bonds?


Bail bonds can only be issued by an insured bail bond agency and is sometimes referred to as a surety bond. The agent will write a contract for the client to sign that states that the bail bond agency will post the full bail on their behalf and the defendant promises to appear to their assigned court date.


Is there any interest charges on payment plans?


Our Rancho Cucamonga bail bonds agency does not charge interest on any payment plan and we will not add any charges or fees to your payment plan.


What is a felony?


A felony is considered a crime of high seriousness and is punished more severely than crimes considered an infraction or misdemeanor.


What is a misdemeanor?


A misdemeanor is considered a crime of less seriousness and its punishment is much less than that of a felony crime.


What if I miss my court date?


Missing your court date will make the court automatically issue a bench warrant for you. However, you could contact your bail bondsman and they will provide you with the proper paperwork for you to complete so you could get the warrant uplifted so that you could remain free for the rest of the case. After the paperwork is completed and turned into the court, they will assign you a new court date.


How do I qualify for a Bail Bond?


There is no real strict qualifications for a bail bond. Our office tries to accept all of the bail bond applications that we get. In order to apply for one, you will need to stop by the office to fill out the paperwork or give us a call. The paperwork will state that you or the defendant will be responsible for the defendant appearing to court on the assigned date and time until the case is resolved.

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