I need to get my son out of the San Diego Central Jail but his bail has been set at $60,000. I know that when I hire a bondsman I’ll only need to pay a percentage of that but I just can’t afford to pay $6,000 all at once. Can you explain how bail bonds payment plans in San Diego work?
San Diego bail bonds (and San Diego jail bonds) payment plans aren’t as complicated as you might think. The bondsman will start off by asking you some questions about your son including where he lives, the type of work he does and the nature of the charges he’s facing. They will also ask about your job, whether you rent or own your home, if you live local or out of state. They’ll also ask about the overall health and/or state of your credit. If all of that looks good you shouldn’t have any problems with San Diego bail bonds payment plan eligibility. If you don’t qualify on your own, don’t worry. The San Diego bondsman may be able to approve a payment plan if you have a second cosigner. Remember, all bail bonds payment plans are different so be sure you’re clear on the terms and conditions before you sign any documents.