My friend was arrested this morning and he’s being held at the Imperial County Jail on $20,000 bail bonds. He has a good job, owns his truck and I know he has a check at home. Can he bail himself out?
The ability for someone to post their own Imperial County Jail bail bonds will depend on several things. If your friend is able to reach a bondsman, the bondsman will want to know how long he’s lived in the area, if he has family in the area and whether he rents or owns his home. A homeowner with good credit will be in a much stronger position to cosign for his or her own bail bond than someone who rents and has shaky credit.
The fastest way for a defendant to get out of jail is to have a friend or family member sign the bail bond and arrange payment in advance for the bail bonds being posted. For more information on how Imperial County bail bonds work call our office now at 888-224-5266.