How to Bail Someone out of Jail

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Defendants have the option of arranging for their bail through a bail bondsman or paying the court directly the full amount. When using a bail agent, the defendant provides collateral to the bail bondsman. The bail bondsman or bail bond company agent will then guarantee to pay the court if the defendant fails to appear, by posting a surety bail bond power of attorney with the jail or court.

After the defendant has completed all court appearances and the case is closed, the bail bond will be dissolved and any collateral given to the bail bondsman will be returned to the defendant or whoever posted the bond.

A co-signer always has the responsibility to ensure that the defendant appears in court as and when required. The co-signer must know the whereabouts of the defendant at all times and must immediately notify the bail bondsman if the defendant has moved. This is very important because the collateral that the co-signer posted for the defendant is at risk if the defendant fails to appear.

In California, there are three ways that you can post bail if you’re accused of a crime:

  • Cash (California Penal Code – Section 1269)
  • Bail bond (California Penal Code – Section 1276)
  • Property bond (California Penal Code – Section 1276.5).

In most cases, if you have been charged with an offense, you have the chance to be released on bail. In California, the right to a reasonable bail is protected by both the California Constitution and the California Penal Code (California Constitution Article 1, Section 12(c); California Penal Code section 1275.) It is very important you call Justice Bail Bonds if you or a loved one has been arrested. Our experienced California criminal lawyers explain to you how to bail someone out jail in California under Penal Code 1275 PC.

Justice Bail Bonds will explain how to bail someone out of jail in California pursuant to California Penal Code 1275 PC. Please call our offices at (951) 445-4455 to receive our immediate assistance.

 

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