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

from a San Diego Bail Bonds Company

Clients repeatedly compliment us on our professionalism which is unexpected 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

San Diego Bail Bonds Payment Plans

Q:  Do you have payment plans? A:  Many people believe they need to pay the full cost of a bail bond up front, in full, in order to get their friend or family member out of jail.  This is not always the case.  Most bail bonds companies are able to work with their clients to…Read more…

What is a Bail Bond?

Q: What actually is a bail bond? A: A bail bond is a piece of paper that is posted at the jail by a licensed San Diego bail bondsman.  This piece of paper promises two things. One, the defendant promises, in exchange for their release, they will return to court when required in order to…Read more…

Cost of Bail in San Diego

Q: What is the cost of a bail bond in San Diego? A:  Most of our clients have never needed to work with a bondsman before. They spend a great deal of time calling every bondsman in the book, hoping the next call will get them a better deal than the one they were just…Read more…

No Collateral Bail Bonds

Q: What is a Signature Bond? A:  In some cases bail bonds companies ask their clients post an item of value, such as a car or a piece of property, to ensure the defendant will appear in court.   Some bail bonds companies, though, allow their clients to proceed without requiring collateral.  These types of bonds…Read more…

What is a Bail Bondsman?

Q: What is a bail bondsman? A:  A bail bondsman is a person who is licensed by the California Department of Insurance (CDI) to transact bail. This person works on behalf of an insurance company and is permitted to post “bail bonds” at a jail.  A bail bond is a piece of paper that promises…Read more…

How Long Is A Bail Bond In Effect?

Q: How long is a bail bond good for? A:  A bail bond is generally in effect for a period of up to one year after the date it was issued.   In most instances the defendant’s case is resolved within 12 months.  Sometimes, however, there are occasions in which many court appearances are required due…Read more…

Bail Bonds Refunds

Q: Is the bail bond fee returned? A: The bail bond fee is non-refundable. It makes no difference the outcome of the case, or even if no charges are pursued. The fee paid to the bondsman will not be returned. This fee is earned once the defendant is released from custody.   Updated:  03/21/2012

Staying In Jail With No Bail

Q: What happens if someone is not bailed out of jail? A:  If a defendant has been granted bail but does not bail out, they will need to remain in jail until they are seen by a judge.  At the defendant’s arraignment they will appear before the judge in their orange jumpsuit and the judge…Read more…

What You Need To Know About Missing Court

Q:  What happens if the defendant skips court? A:  When a person is bailed out of jail that is not to say their legal matter is over.  That person is still required to return to court at a set date and time in order to have their case resolved.  If a person fails to appear,…Read more…

Release From San Diego Jail

Q: What the release options after an arrest? A: There are four types of release from San Diego jails.  When someone is arrested one of three things will happen.  They can be granted bail, they can be released on their own recognizance (OR) or they can be given a “cite out”. Cash Bail:  If a…Read more…