LONG BEACH BAIL BONDS FAQs
ANSWERS BY BAIL BONDS LONG BEACH
What are bail bonds?
A bail bond is often referred to as a surety bond because it is given by a bail bondsman who is backed by a surety company. The agent promises to post the bail on behalf of the client for a small fee of 10% and the defendant promises to go to all of his or her court dates. If the defendant fails to appear to court then the bond is revoked and he or she is taken back to jail.
What can I pay the bond with?
You could pay off a bail bond with any major credit card, cash or check. Our agency also offers the option of setting up a payment plan that will fit your budget.
Do you charge interest on payment plans?
No, we do not charge any of our clients any interest. However, we may need to collect some form of collateral in order to do the payment plan.
What would happen if I missed my court date?
If you miss your court date, then you need to contact your bail bondsman so that he or she could get your court date moved to a later date.
Would it be possible to get a cheaper bail bond?
No, a bail bonds agency cannot legally offer you a bond for a price different than ten percent of the full bail amount.
What are misdemeanors?
A misdemeanor is a crime that is considered to be serious, but not as serious as a felony. A misdemeanor can only hold a punishment of up to one year in prison.
How do I know I could trust you?
It is important that you trust the bail bonds agency that you pick and we could assure you that we will not put you in any situation that will harm you. Our agents will not rest until you loved one is out of jail and at home.
How could I finance a bail bond?
You could finance a bail bond by contacting one of our agents so that he or she could talk to you about a payment that fits your budget.
What are felonies?
A felony is a crime that is considered to be much more serious than a misdemeanor. A felony will automatically come with at least one year in prison.
What do I need to qualify for a bail bond?
You will just need your identification card in order to qualify for a bail bond. We make it our goal to accept as many applications as we can.