Sacramento Bail Bonds
Affordable Santa Ana Bail Bonds
- Affordable Santa Ana Bail Bonds has the resources to get you or your loved one out NOW
- We'll travel to you......Or......
- you can visit us at our convenient downtown location
- We can help with immediate financing, even if you don't have great credit.
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- We'll spend all the time you need explaining the entire Sacramento bail bonds process to you. Give us a call
at (805) 256-1411 NOW if you're just looking for information or want to get started immediately.
- We're open 24/7
How does bail work?
When an individual is arrested for a crime in Orange County, typically that person
will be taken to a local law enforcement station for booking, prior to incarceration in a
station lock-up or county jail. Once arrested and booked, the defendant has several options
for release pending the conclusion of his or her case. Bail is designed to guarantee the
appearance of a defendant in court. This is where Sara's Sacramento bail bonds comes in.
What if I don't have the 10% needed?
We can help you access immediate financing through several sources, even if you don't have good credit.
The 10% needed for a bail bond can be financed with ZERO down, even if you don't have collateral
or great credit. This is called a signature loan. We understand these tough financial times,
and we'll work with you even if you don't have the funds or collateral. Call us NOW at
(805) 256-1411 and we'll patiently walk you through the financial part. You'll get no pressure from Sara's bail bonds.
How much does a bail bond (surety bond) cost?
In California, the bail premium (fee) is typically 10% of the full bail amount.
If the bail amount is $5,000.00, the premium charged is $500.00.
How much of the premium will I get back?
Typically the 10% premium is fully earned once the bail bond is posted with a jail or court.
That is how bail agents and their surety companies make their money and pay their bills.
What is collateral?
Collateral is used to secure the bond. This can be a house, car, or anything of value
What can be used as collateral?
Some examples of collateral include houses, cars, boats, jewelry, electronic equipment.
When will collateral be returned?
Collateral is usually returned when the court finishes with the defendantís case.
OK, how do we get started?
Give us a call at (805) 256-1411, and we'll spend as much time as you need to walk you through the process.
If you need us to, we'll even travel to you.
Where are you located?
310 North Bristol Street
Santa Ana, Ca. 92703