What’s the Procedure?
The Bail Bond Process Works as Follows:
Our Clients´ loved one is arrested and is placed in Jail. They contact Pacific Bail Bonds at our 24 Hour number at +1 626 683 1999 ext. 102.
Our Agents will ask them for specific information about the person arrested, including the following:
- What is the person’s full legal name?
- What is the person’s date of birth?
- Which jail is he or she in and is it a city, county or federal jail?
- What is the booking number?
- What is the charge?
- How much is the bail amount?
Our Bail Agents will also require some basic information about the personal history of the inmate, including where they work, previous arrests, and residency information.
Our Bail Agents will contact the Jail facility or Courts and determine the exact Bail and Arrest information.
Our Bail Agents will arrange a meeting time, so they can complete all the necessary bail bond paperwork.
Our clients provide Pacific Bail Bonds with the Bail Premium
(10% STATE LAW), and Pacific Bail Bonds will cover the entire Bail amount. (Pacific Bail Bonds accepts cash, credit cards, and checks.)
Our Bail Agents will submit the Bail Bonds to the Jails or Courts for the release of the inmate.
Please remain calm and be patient. Many jail facilities (especially those in major metropolitan areas) are very slow in processing and often have their telephone lines overloaded with calls. Pacific Bail Bonds will free the inmate as quickly as possible.
Bail Bond Agencies enable you to have an inmate freed from jail without requiring someone to personally post the entire Cash Bail amount. A Bail Bonds Agency will typically collect a specific percentage of the total bail amount (as prescribed by law) from you and guarantees the Law Enforcement Agency and Courts that the defendant will appear in Court.
Bail Bond Agencies collect 10% of the bail amount (required by State) from the clients as a “Premium.” To have an inmate freed from jail, you pay this amount or arrange financing with us. (We accept cash, credit cards, and checks.)
Once we receive the payment and complete all the necessary documents required, we can arrange to have the inmate released from jail. If the defendant fails to appear for their day in Court, a warrant for arrest will be issued by the Courts.