If you have been informed that someone you care for has been arrested and taken to the Imperial County jail you are bound to feel shocked. Bail amounts in California are among the highest in the nation and although bail bonds companies charge just 10% of the total, that amount can still be in the thousands of dollars.
Does the full cost of a bond need to be paid for up front, in full, in order for the defendant to get out of jail? This all depends on which company you work with. All bail bonds companies are required by law to charge the same rate but that is not to say they all work the same.
Some agents require you pay up front, in cash. Others offer their clients to enroll in a bail bonds payment plan. Some companies charge interest whereas others do not. Some require the balance be paid off in a set period of time; others are more flexible with the length of the payment term. You will want to be sure to ask the person you’re speaking with lots of questions about eligibility requirements, terms and conditions of their payment plan before signing any paperwork.
If you have questions about whether you’re eligible for zero-percent bail bonds financing call Adelante Bail Bonds now at 760-230-0194 to speak with a licensed bail bondsman.