A Professional Bail Bonds Agency
Tonya & Greg, Owners-Bondsmen
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Professionalism

from an Imperial County Bail Bonds Company

Clients repeatedly compliment us on our professionalism, which they don't expect from a bail bondsman. Our customer service focus helps the defendant and family endure an already challenging situation. All of our bondsmen are licensed, expertly trained and highly professional.

FAQs

Finding a Trusted Bondsman

FAQ: How Do I Know If I Can Trust Your Company? We are a tight-knit, family business and have years of experience in helping people get out of the El Centro Jail. All calls are handled professionally and courteously, and consultations are always free. If you wish to verify our bail bonds license status you…Read more…

No Collateral Bail Bonds

FAQ: Do I Need To Post Collateral To Purchase A Bail Bond? With Adelante Bail Bonds, you will not necessarily need collateral.  Most of our clients find they are eligible for no collateral bail bonds.  These types of bonds are also referred to as “signature bonds”, and the signature of the person who is cosigning…Read more…

Cash Bail

FAQ: Can I Pay The El Centro Jail The Full Bail Amount? Yes you can pay the full bail amount without the use of a bondsman. This is called “cash bail”. If you wish to have someone released on cash bail you will need to pay the full amount to the jail either in cash…Read more…

Arrest Process

FAQ: What Happens When Someone Is Arrested? When someone is arrested in Imperial County, they will be taken to the El Centro jail to be booked and processed.  They will be fingerprinted, have mug shots taken, their info will be entered the computer system and they will undergo a national warrant screen.  This process can…Read more…

5% Bail Bonds

FAQ: Can You Offer Discount Bail If I Pay In Cash? This is a question we’re asked a lot. The simple answer is “no”. Anyone who is offering 5% bail bonds in Imperial County is operating illegally or deceptively. It is illegal to charge more than or less than the legal rate set by the…Read more…

The Cost of Imperial County Bail Bonds

FAQ: How Much Do Imperial County Bail Bonds Cost? The cost to purchase a bail bond in Imperial County is 10% of the total amount of a person’s bail.  The State Department of Insurance (DOI) is the agency that oversees the bail industry and they have set 10% as the legal, industry rate. For more…Read more…

What is a Bail Bond?

FAQ: What Exactly Is A Bail Bond? A bail bond legally binding contract. Many people think that the bondsman is taking a trunk load of cash to the jail, however, in reality the bond is a piece of paper that is posted by a licensed bondsman at the El Centro Jail that promises the defendant…Read more…