My girlfriend was arrested and booked at the Las Colinas Jail earlier today on domestic violence charges. We’re both in between jobs right now and we don’ want to call her family for help, because we’d rather not have her family know that she’s been arrested. I own my car, so I was wondering if I could put my car up to get her out, instead of having to pay a San Diego bail bonds fee.
Unfortunately, that’s not quite how bail bonds work. In the state of California the cost to purchase bail bonds will be 10% of the defendant’s bail amount. And while some San Diego bail bonds companies require their clients post collateral, to help guarantee the defendant will go to court, you cannot post collateral instead of paying the San Diego bondsman’s fee.
For more information on how bail bonds work, call our office now at 888-224-5266. Someone is here to help you 24-hours a day, 7-days a week.