The Bail Process at Desert Hot Springs

Desert Hot Springs Bail Bond Store

No one ever wakes up hoping to get arrested but a sad truth is that over a thousand people get arrested everyday, and that’s just in California. Yet still most people know little to nothing about the bail bond process. Bail can be very confusing, especially since bail agents ask a lot of questions and ask for a lot of paperwork. At Desert Center Bail Bond Store there is no reason to worry because our bail agents will guide you through the process and make sure you understand what is happening.

We find that educating our clients in the bail problem helps to alleviate stress and create a more relaxed experience. All of our bail agents understand the bail process thoroughly to help make your time with us an easy one.


The Bail Bond Process

Posting a bail bond is like an agreement between the signer and a bail bondsman. The defendant or cosigner is contractually agreeing to pay 10% of the original bail in order to be released from jail. In addition the defendant is also agreeing to show up to all scheduled court dates.

In most cases a form of collateral, something of value from the defendant or cosigner, must be provided for the bail bondsman. This will be used to pay the court if the defendant fails to show arrive but will be returned after all court dates have been met. Some different forms of collateral are; personal property, real-estate, a pre-authorized credit account, or sometimes a signature with standing ties in the community.

Once a payment has been made and all of the paperwork has been taken care of a bondsman will post the bail immediately. From there it can take anywhere from 3 to 48 hours for the defendant to be released from custody. The time for release varies based on a number of factors such as; where the defendant is incarcerated, how busy the court or jail is, and how well staffed the court or jail is. Regardless the bail bondsmen at Desert Center Bail Bond Store will do whatever the can to make sure the defendant is released quickly.

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Call 1-951-248-9144 today to speak to a licensed bail bondsman who can help you obtain the release of those who have been arrested and detained.