Bail Bonds for Extortion Charges
Bondsman Serving Extortion Charges
Being arrested for extortion can be a serious offense. We understand your fear and frustration if a friend or family member has been booked and jailed on this charge. We hope to offer the solutions you seek. Our family company has been in business a long time and understand the California jail and bail system. We'll work quickly and expeditiously to have them released and back at home as soon as possible.
Many clients are unaware that with our bail company, you can handle the paperwork by fax or email, and then simply pay for the bond with a credit card. You never have to leave the comfort of home.
Give us a call at 877-224-5266, toll-free. When you’re in need of bail bond specialists, we’re available to you 24 hours a day.
Extortion Charges – California Penal Code 518
To be charged with extortion (also known as 'blackmail') means the defendant has gained money, property or other items of value through the use of force, violence, threat, harm to one’s reputation, etc. Extortion (518 P.C.) is termed differently from robbery, because it does not pose immediate physical threat or danger to its victim. Extortion is a "white collar crime" and is typically charged as a felony, which is punishable by up to 4 years in a California prison. Fines for extortion can be charged of up to $10,000.
The Bail Process & Payment Options
When you speak one-on-one with our professional bail agents they will answer your most urgent questions. We offer a quick and easy application which can be handled from the comfort of your own home. And, we can walk you through the approval process in just a few minutes over the phone. A fax or email is all you need. Further, we make it easy by offering our clients several bail bond payment options to choose from. We always accept cash, VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express. Many of our clients choose the convenience of using their credit card as they have found it the fastest way of obtaining a bail bond. You may find our FAQs about bail bonds helpful.
Indemnitor Responsibilities & Costs
As the indemnitor, (bail bond signer) we will help you understand all of the details of your responsibilities before you decide to bail someone out of jail on extortion charges. The bail agency (in this case, Tonya Page Bail Bonds) will jointly promise the court that the defendant will not miss any of their necessary court appearances. Once you decide to move forward, you will be required to sign minimal, state-required paperwork and make payment for the bond, which is a non-refundable 10% fee. For example, if the bail is $25,000, your portion would cost $2,500. There are never any additional taxes or added fees. You will always know the exact cost of the bond prior to anything being written.
Bail bonds typically require payment prior to the arrestees release from jail, but if necessary, we may be able to arrange payment plans.
Bondsman for California Bail Bonds
We understand that it may be a difficult time. We hope to have been able to answer your most important questions about the bail bonds process. Our company is dedicated to providing you with the fastest most efficient service for your California jail bail bonds.
Feel free to contact us any time 24/7 for a no-cost, phone consultation or more information about bail bonds for extortion charges.
Please call to receive more details about a situation and speak to a licensed bondsman directly at 877-224-5266.
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