One of the biggest concerns people have when it comes to posting San Diego bail bonds is cost. The fee to hire a bondsman may only be 10% of the defendant’s full bail amount but this can still mean paying thousands of dollars.
What happens if you can’t pull all that money together all at once? Will the defendant need to stay behind bars until you can gather the funds?
When you start calling different San Diego bail bonds (or San Diego jail bonds) companies you’ll want to ask about bail bonds financing plans. Be sure to ask lots of questions including whether you’ll need to pay an application fee, finance fees, if there is a penalty for early repayment and how long you’ll have to pay off your balance.
Every San Diego bondsman will offer different terms and conditions for bail bonds payment plans so you’ll want to be sure to work with a company that you feel is best suited to help based on your individual circumstances.
For more information about how bail bonds in San Diego work call our office today at 888-224-5266 for a free, no-hassle consultation.