The idea that you need to contact a bondsman to help get a loved one out of jail can be a bit scary. Most people go their entire lives without needing to post El Centro bail bonds and they have no idea what to expect when they contact a bondsman.
First, when you call the Imperial County bail bonds office the agent you’re speaking with will start by asking you a series of questions about you and the defendant. They’ll want to know your names, how long you’ve known each other, where both of you live, if you are currently employed and if yes, the type of work you do. The bondsman will also ask if you know why the defendant was arrested and if you know how much their bail is.
If you don’t have that information on hand, it’s OK. They can get that from the jail in a matter of minutes. Once the bail bonds application is complete and payment arrangements have been made, the Imperial County bondsman will be dispatched to the jail to post the defendant’s bail bonds.
For more information on how California bail bonds work call our office now at 888-224-5266.