We understand the grief of relatives and friends when a loved one is arrested by the Rancho Cucamonga Police. The first questions might be “What happened?” or “How do we get them out of there?” It is normal to panic because no one keeps a savings envelope to bail someone out of prison. It will be a big dent in your savings as the bail amount could run into the thousands mark.

However, you cannot just leave your family or friend inside the cold bars of the Rancho Cucamonga jail even just to teach a lesson. We know the justice system is a long process and you would not want your loved one to lose his liberty while the trial is still on-going. This is where our Bail Company steps in. We are available 24/7, rain or shine, to bail you out.

We have listed our FAQs as your quick guide about bail. Please call us and our professional bail agent will personally guide you in getting your beloved out of prison in no time.

Who is the Defendant?

A defendant is a term used for an arrested person who violated the law and is obliged by the courts to be present in the litigation of the case. The defendant or his representative, can post a bail so that the accused can be given temporary release from custody while the case is being heard.

What is a Bail?

A bail is a written promise provided to a court for the provisional release of the accused person in custody. It can be paid using cash or property or by posting a bond. The reason for bail is to ensure that the accused person will not skip his court dates during his temporary release.

Who can process the bail?

The defendant himself, or a relative or friends aged 18 years old and above, can settle the bail if they have the means to pay the entire bail amount in cash.

In instances that the accused or his relatives are not financially capable, a licensed bail bondsman in Rancho Cucamonga, may represent the accused person or his kin to post the bond.

What is this thing called a Bail Bond?

A bail bond is one way used to gain the release of the defendant from the custody of law enforcement officials. A professional bail bond agent would execute a document, on behalf of the defendant, and promises to pay the bail amount should the defendant named in the court case fails to show-up in court on the specified criminal proceeding schedule.

What are Bail Bondsmen or Bail Agents?

Many defendants lack the financial capacity to post their bail. To secure release from custody, they may contract a Bail bondsman in Rancho Cucamonga, to be the surety for the bond. The agent will post the bail after collecting a non-refundable fee from the defendant or his family or friends. The Bail Bondsmen in California are certified and regulated by the Department of Insurance in California (DOI).

How much do I need to pay to get a bail bond?

The premium set by the California Department of Insurance for bail bonds is 10% of the total bail. This applies to every bail bond companies in the state. As such, the premium rate will be the same across all bail agencies in Rancho Cucamonga.

If the bail is set at $50,000, the premium you must settle with our bail bonds Rancho Cucamonga Company is only $5,000. Keep in mind that you only need to shell-out the premium amount, and not the entire bail, if you have a Bail Bondsman hired in Rancho Cucamonga.

The DOI of California also authorized a lower bail premium of 8% to clients that pass one of these conditions:

  • The defendant must have a private attorney
  • The defendant or a relative are a participant of a work union
  • The defendant or relatives are a serving or veteran of the US Military

Do note that the bail is set by the County’s bail table. Other factors such as the seriousness of the crime and criminal record of the accused person may have an effect on the bail amount, too.

Please reach out to our us if you have inquiries about the premium. We offer several payment choices that you can use to get a bail bond. We can also provide the bail bond with minimal or zero collateral.

Is Collateral necessary?

The need for collateral would vary in each case. In our Bail Bonds Company, we can issue a bond even without collateral. However, for high-risk cases, we might require a collateral, such as personal property like jewelry, house or land.

Do not let collateral discourage you because it will only be used as a reimbursement if the defendant skips a court appearance. The collateral will be given back to the titleholder once the hearing is over.

What if the defendant did not attend a court hearing?   

This is the thing that bail tries to prevent. If the defendant misses a court schedule, the judge will forgo of the bail making the whole bail amount payable. The court will also order the defendant’s arrest by issuing a bench warrant. The bail paid in cash will not be given back. If the bail agency posted a bond, the company needs to settle the bail in court and seek compensation from the accused or the parties who contracted the bail bond.

The court may still release the bond if the accused person surrenders before the end of the 180 days from date of notice and provides a valid excuse for not attending the hearing.

How fast is the Bail Process?

The bail bonds agent does not have a hold on the processing time of the jails. The jail may allow bail after completing the booking procedure of the defendant. A city prison can release the defendant after about an hour while a County prison could take from two to six hours. Regardless of the processing time, you can be certain that our local Rancho Cucamonga Bail Bonds Company will stay at your side until the defendant is released.