Bail Bonds for Perjury Charges
Bondsman Serving Perjury Charges
If you’re trying to figure out what to do if someone you care about has been arrested for perjury; we know it can be a stressful time. Their “white collar crime” may have you asking many questions and not knowing what to do first. We have years of experience working with California jails and understand how to work with them. We’ll have your friend our family member released and back at home as quickly as possible. Let us guide you through the bail process. Give us a call at 1-877-861-3761. We can help. We will walk you through the details and help you get the bail bond process started right away. A friendly and professional bail bondsman will take the time to help you understand how bail works.
Perjury Charges - California Penal Code 118
When someone you know has been arrested for Perjury (118 P.C.), it is essentially stating that they lied while speaking or writing while under oath. Perjury can be committed by simply signing a document knowing it makes false statements. Perjury also has to do with giving false information when signing an affidavit, a declaration, a certificate or while being deposed. The term ‘perjury’ is also known as ‘forswearing’ and is considered a serious offense which can be charged as a felony; which can have a sentence of up to five years. Other punishments for perjury are probation, fines, restitution, and community service.
Jail Release Process
When you bail someone out of jail they should be released within a few of hours, depending upon their individual circumstances. The process typically begins right after the defendant is arrested, photographed, fingerprinted and booked. You should know that if they do not make bail while in jail, they will be held until their first arraignment. Jail staff may not be able to let us know when an arrestee will be released, but once released; they will have access to a phone.
Responding to Your Needs
You can always depend on Tonya Page Bail Bonds when you’re in need of a bail bond at any California jail. When you call and speak one-on-one with our professional bail agents, they will answer your most pressing questions. We make it easy for our clients by offering 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. And, we’ll quickly get you through the approval process in just a few minutes over the phone.
How Much is Bail?
By law, a bail bond in California will cost a 10% fee. This is a non-refundable percentage of the total amount of the bail. For example, if the bail is $20,000, your portion would cost $2,000. We never charge additional taxes or fees. You will always know the exact cost of the bond prior to signing any contracts.
Why Trust Us?
We have the flexibility to meet your California bail bonds needs. Tonya Page Bail Bonds is triple AAA rated with the Better Business Bureau. We have the experience and knowledge of both the bail bonds industry and the California jail systems. Please call to find out how we can help. For additional bail bond, booking, arrestee and jail location information, call toll-free 1-877-861-3761 and talk live with one of our professional, discreet bail bondsmen. We’re available to assist you, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, even on holidays. We’re your number one trusted resource for all California bail bonds.
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