Buena Park Bail Bonds
Being arrested can be a turbulent and unnerving time. This is why the professional bail bondsmen from Alvarado Bail Bonds always work diligently to get you or a loved one out of jail as quickly as possible. We also know that maintaining your privacy is of paramount importance during this tumultuous time. You can be certain that our experienced bail agents will always treat you with respect and discretion.
After an arrest, a detainee is taken to a local detention facility where the arrestee is formally charged with a crime. At an arraignment hearing, a judge will determine the defendant’s eligibility for bail. The eighth amendment grants Americans freedom from “excessive bail.” However, there are crimes in which the court may choose to deny bail. Such instances include capital offenses and cases where the defendant is not likely to return to court to stand trial if released on bail.
When you need help after an arrest, call Alvarado Bail Bonds. If the court grants you bail, we can get you out of jail. Get your Buena Park bail bonds and make bail now.
California’s Lowest Bail Bonds Rates
The state of California requires a minimum premium of 10% to be charged for every bail bond purchased in the state. Our bail agents only charge you the state mandated minimum so that you can get out of jail without breaking the bank.
A brief phone call with one of our licensed and experienced bail bonds agents can give you the information you need to bail your loved one out of jail. Remember, the sooner you call us, the sooner we will be able to post your loved one’s bail.
Once we complete your application and you are approved for the Buena Park bail bonds you need, we will need to collect the premium from you. After you pay the premium, our bail agent will post your bail bond, and your loved one will be released.
For further information on the Release and Booking Process, please call now to speak to a bail agent to get your Buena Park bail bonds.
There is no bail that we can’t post. Whether you have been charged with a misdemeanor or felony – there is no bail bond too big or too small for Alvarado Bail Bonds.
It is important to note that the court only grants bail to defendant’s it believes will appear for all scheduled court hearings. If the defendant does not show up to all of the required legal proceedings, then he or she will be considered a fugitive and charged with a new crime – skipping bail.