Benefits of Posting a Bail Bond

If the defendant is not bailed out, he or she will have to remain in custody until their case can be heard in court.  It’s generally in the best interest of the defendant to post bail. 

By posting bail, the defendant is released from custody and has the opportunity to consult with and obtain legal representation.  This allows them to prepare for court and present the best possible case.  While released on bail, the defendant can return to family, job and other obligations. 

Call one of our professional bail bondsmen to answer any questions you may have about posting bail: 1-877-861-3761.

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Updated: 05/04/2011

Tonya Page, Bail Bondsman


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"I wanted to let you know what excellent service your agents provided my daughter and myself. They were kind and efficient and made a very distressful situation a little easier to deal with. From the time I contacted your office (at 5:30 a.m. on a Sunday morning), until Mark was able to post the bond, everyone was professional, yet caring. My daughter was finally released from the Van Nuys jail at 6:15 p.m. During the entire process, Mark communicated and updated me frequently throughout the day. He even called me to make sure that everything had gone smoothly after he posted the bond."

- Natalie in Ventura County

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