Bail Bonds for Vandalism Charges
It’s unfortunate, but even if a small or innocent prank leads to the destruction of someone else’s property; that person may be arrested and jailed for vandalism.
When you’re in need of bail information, let us be your first phone call. If you’ve landed on our website, you are probably wondering what to do next; what questions to ask and how to move forward in bailing your friend or family member out on a vandalism charge.
We are always available to answer your most pressing questions. Our professional bail agents will walk you through the bail process with ease.
Call us now at 1-877-861-3761. We know it may be a difficult time for your family which is why we offer the utmost confidentiality. When you work with us, we’re in your corner. Before long, your loved one can be back at home.
Vandalism Charges - California Penal Code 594
Vandalism (594 P.C.) is defined as any person committing wrongful acts to any personal or real property which is not their own.
Someone who damages the property of another can be described as: defacing property with graffiti or written/inscribed material, scratching or keying cars, throwing eggs, shooting paintballs, breaking windows, defacing or ruining mailboxes or street signs, etc. V
andalism can be charged as either a misdemeanor or felony charge and can lead to jail time of up to one year, fines up to $1,000, community service or restitution for the damage done to the victim’s personal property.
When you contact our company, information such as the inmate’s name, date of birth and when they were arrested are important to have on hand. This will help to smoothly initiate the bail process.
We have an easy to understand application that can be handled quickly by email or fax in just a few minutes. When the paperwork is finalized, a licensed agent will file, or "post", the bond with the jail and the defendant will be released.
We offer creative financial solutions and have several bail bond payment options to choose from.
Paying for the bail bond is made easy with Visa, Master Card, American Express and Discover. You may also pay by cash.
Should your friend or family member’s bail amount be set at $10,000, the signer (indemnitor) would pay $1,000 or 10% to have them released. We never include additional finance charges, taxes or fees; you’ll always know up-front exactly what the charges for the bail bond will be.
What is Collateral?
Collateral may be used in the form of California real estate or cash deposit.
Some bail bond companies may require collateral to ensure the defendant will appear for their court dates. It’s important to understand, that if for any reason the defendant does not show up for court or cannot be located, the bail bond company will be forced to use any collateral to pay the "forfeiture" of the total bail amount.
If a bail bond is secured with the use of collateral, it will be returned once the case has been settled.
That said, we write most of our bail bonds with no collateral required.
Bail Bonds for Vandalism Charges
Our company will provide you with fast and courteous information on posting bail for someone who has been arrested on vandalism charges. We’re open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day or log on to our bail bond video library for great information. We’ll take the time to look at all of your options to help you decide what works best.
Our bail bond agents are always happy to serve you. Call anytime, at our nationwide toll-free number 1-877-861-3761.
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