Irvine Bail Bonds FAQs
Bail bonds are contracts between bail bondmen and their clients. Without this contract, no bail bondsman would be able to bail out any inmate. In the contract, it states that the agent will post the full bail amount on behalf of the defendant as long as the defendant promises to show up to his or her court date.
How could I pay for the bail bond?
Most bail bonds agencies will accept all major credit cards, cash, or check. You could also set up a payment plan for the bond if it is still too much to come up with at once.
How do I pick an agency that I could trust?
Picking an agency is the hardest part of the bail bond process because there are so many agencies out there. Our agency is family operated and will treat you like a part of our family. We will make sure that your loved one gets out of jail in smallest amount of time possible.
How do I set up a payment plan?
If you would like to set up a payment plan to pay off the bond, then you could contact one of our highly trained agents and they will be more than happy to help you come up with a payment that works with your budget.
Is there any bail bonds agency that offers a discount?
Bail bonds Agencies cannot legally offer you any price different than ten percent of the full bail amount according to the law.
What will happen if the defendant misses his or her court date?
If the defendant misses his or her court date, then it is extremely important that they contact the bail bondsman as soon as possible so that he or she could contact the court and get a new court date.
How much interest is applied to a payment plan?
We do not charge any interest for financing a bail bond. But, there is a chance that we may need to collect some form of collateral in order to complete the bail bond.
What are misdemeanors?
Misdemeanors are considered to be any crime that holds a level of seriousness according to the law. The types of crimes that fall under this category depends on the location of the arrest.
What are felonies?
Felonies are any crime that comes with a high level of danger to the defendant and those around the defendant. The types of crimes that fall under this category depends on the location of the arrest.
Does anyone qualify for a bail bond?
Pretty much everyone that applies for a bail bond will get approved by our bail bonds agency.