Why Can’t I Cosign for my Boyfriend’s Bail Bonds?

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My boyfriend was arrested this morning for carjacking and I want to get him out of jail. He really doesn’t have any family, so I’m all he has. His bail is $100,000 and we both have steady jobs. I have $400 that I can give for a down payment today and we can both make weekly payments. My problem

Free Quotes for Los Angeles Bail Bonds Payment Plans

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When someone is arrested by a member of the Los Angeles Police Department or the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department, you’ll want to contact an experienced LA bail bonds company as soon as you learn of the arrest. Not only can the Los Angeles bondsman help you determine which jail your friend or loved one has been taken to, they can … Read More

No Collateral Bail Bonds in Orange County, CA

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If you’ve never been asked to help get someone out of the Theo Lacy Jail, the Orange County Women’s Jail or the Orange County Main Jail you probably have very little understanding of how Orange County bail bonds work. Simply stated, a bail bond is a piece of paper that’s posted with the jail and the bail bond serves as … Read More

Things to Remember if a Defendant Calls You from Jail

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If you happen to find yourself on the receiving end of an outbound jail call, you’ll want to do your best to remain calm. The first thing you’ll want to do involves grabbing a pen and piece of paper. Ask the defendant to provide you with the basics. Find out when they were arrested, which jail they are being held … Read More

Two Things to Consider Before Cosigning Bail Bonds

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If you’ve been asked to cosign for bail bonds, you’ll want to know that when you sign, you’re taking on full legal responsibility that the defendant will go to court and finish their case. If the defendant decides to make a run for it because they’re wanting to evade prosecution, you could find yourself on the hook to pay their … Read More

New Year’s Eve Bail Bonds in Orange County

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When someone is arrested and taken to one of the Orange County Jails, the first thing you should do is to contact a local bail bondsman. Our company provides Orange County bail bonds services for all of the local jails including the Orange County Main Jail, the Orange County Women’s Jail, the Laguna Beach Jail, the Newport Beach Jail and … Read More

Solano County Bail Bonds on New Year’s Eve

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A closeup of the lock of a  brick jail cell with iron bars and a key in the locking mechanism

When someone is arrested by a member of the Fairfield Police Department or the Solano County Sheriff’s Department, you’ll want to contact a Fairfield Jail bail bonds agent as soon as you learn the defendant has been taken into custody. If you don’t know what their charges are, or if you don’t know how much their bail is, that’s OK. … Read More

Alameda County Bail Bonds on New Year’s Day

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If you find yourself in a position where you’ve been asked to help bond someone out of the Santa Rita Jail on New Year’s Day you’ll want to contact a Santa Rita Jail bail bonds agent right away. Although many people think a defendant will not be allowed to post bail bonds until after they see a judge, this is … Read More