Bail Bonds for Threat Charges
California Bondsman for Criminal Threat Charges
We know it can be difficult if someone you know has been charged and arrested with a criminal threat. Let us help you.
Our experienced licensed agents will just take just a few minutes over the phone to get the bail process started. We have several years of experience helping people who have been arrested and jailed in California with similar charges.
You can speak to a professional bondsman 24/7 for a confidential consultation at toll-free at 1-877-861-3761.
When you’re in need of bail bond specialists, you’ve come to the right place. You may not know much about criminal threat related charges or the bail bond process.
Let our licensed bail agents put your mind at ease by taking the time to listen to your needs and guiding you step-by-step.
Criminal threats are also known as “terrorist threats".
This charge is surprisingly common.
Anyone who is involved with a criminal threat; whether its felony or misdemeanor charge will be arrested and jailed. People face this charge often in a heated argument where what would be consider "just words" are taken to the legal extreme. This involves bodily harm threats where often we hear that the defendant was simply angry and doesn't have the personality to carry forward.
The legal system doesn't see it that way. A threat, even from a seemingly harmless individual, is taken seriously for everyone's protection and safety.
Criminal threats are also considered as one strike against a defendant under California's three strikes law. California Penal Code 422 states under California law that criminal threats are defined as someone who willfully threatens to kill, inflict bodily injury, and make threats orally or in writing or by electronic device.
The threat of immediate harm made to another person if the defendant intends to and/or does cause fear in the person who is being threatened is another definition. The penalty or punishment for criminal threats in California can be time served up to three years in a California state prison and even harsher penalties.
How Do You Bail Out?
Our bondsman will look at different factors such as length of time the defendant has been living in the same area, their employment situation, credit rating and other factors. This will help us to complete the bond approval process.
Once the paperwork is finalized, our bail bondsmen will file, or "post" the bond at the jail and the defendant will be released. All of this can be done confidentially, conveniently, and most importantly, quickly over the phone within just a few short minutes.
How Long Will Release Take?
Depending upon different circumstances once bail is made; release from jail can typically take anywhere from 2 to 12 hours depending on how busy the jail facility staff is.
You can call us anytime to speak one-on-one with our bail bondsman to find out more about arrest, booking and jail location information and to get the bail bond process started.
Bail Services & Payment Options
We specialize in family situations. We also offer the additional convenience of meeting with you at the jail the inmate is being held, or we’ll come directly to your home or office. Should you need financing, we offer creative financial solutions and have several bail bond payment options to choose from. We will let you know if you qualify for financing within a few short minutes. We can work out payments with no finance charges, additional fees or taxes. A credit card is the easiest and fastest way of paying for a bail bond. We accept all major credit cards and very often, won’t need collateral.
California Bail Bonds
We know it’s tough to decide on the right company when it comes to choosing a bail bondsman. You’ll be glad you found us. Let our professional, courteous and caring bail agents help you.
Call our toll-free number at 1-877-861-3761 night. We’re open 24 hours a day to assist you with all of your bail bond needs.
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