To get out of jail in Monopoly, you can roll doubles, pay $50 or produce a “get out of jail free’ card. In the movies and on television, somebody shows how much they care about you by putting their money down or purchasing a bond to bail you out. If you arrested in California, there are many real world options, and one you may not have considered is directly contacting a reputable bail bond agency, while you’re in custody, to discuss bailing yourself out. Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds can offer qualified candidates to secure a bond over the telephone after answering a few basic questions. There’s no need to sit in jail worrying you’re going to get beat up or get Covid-19. Call 844-400-2245 24/7 to discuss bailing yourself out.
Will I Have To Post Bail?
If you’ve been arrested for a crime in California, one of the following things can happen after your first court appearance shortly after the arrest:
- You’re released on your own recognizance;
- You are held without bail or
- A bail amount is set.
If you’re released on your own recognizance, the court has determined that you do not present a risk to the safety or the community and that you’re much more likely to appear in court than skip town. This is usually because you’ve been charged with a non-violent misdemeanor and/or a first offense. If you’re charged with a capital offense, the judge is legally prohibiting from releasing you on your own recognizance and is likely to order you to remain custody without bail. For most other types of charges and defendants, the judge will set the amount of bail that must be posted, so you’ll be able to get out of jail as soon as you make bail.
Do I Need Somebody Else To Post Bail For Me?
There is no requirement under California law that somebody other than the defendant must post bail. If you have sufficient cash in the bank to pay the bail amount, you can simply wire it to the court and you’re out. Most people don’t have sufficient assets in the bank to cover bail in California because bail is usually set as high as $5,000 for first offense misdemeanors such as indecent exposure and disorderly conduct. Bail for felonies and second offenses is usually at least $10,000 and can be as high as $250,000 for a charge of aggravated assault of a child. The quickest, easiest and most cost effective way to pay high amounts of bail is to purchase a bond from a reputable bail bond agency in Santa Ana that knows what they’re doing. Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds will issue you a bail bond after a short conversation from custody about the charges, employment and credit. Call 844-400-2245 24/7 to find out if you qualify to bail yourself out.
Am I Qualified To Bail Myself Out?
If you’re qualified, you can be out of jail within a few hours simply by securing a temporary bond. A reputable bail bond agency in Santa Ana will want to know the following basic information to begin the process of determining whether you’re qualified to bail yourself out:
- Phone Number:
- Email Address;
- Date of Birth;
- Social Security Number
- Criminal History and
- Employment Information.
An experienced Santa Ana bail bond agency will also want to know how long you’ve lived in the area and whether you have friends and family in Orange County. With this information, it’s possible to ascertain whether you have a solid work history, good credit and sufficient ties to the community to make you a suitable risk to secure your own release from jail. Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds is open 24/7 and can secure a release within hours. Call 844-400-2245 to get started.
What Happens After I’m Released?
A bonafide bail bond agency in Santa Ana will secure your release with the requirement that you check in with them within 24 hours of your release to sign paperwork and pay for your bail bond. The best bail bond agencies in Santa Ana will give you plenty of options for payment including:
- Credit/Debit Cards (Visa, Mastercard, American Express & Discover)
It’s also possible to develop a payment plan that utilizes your personal property such as vehicles, real estate, jewelry, art and antiques as collateral. If the bail bond agency in Santa Ana doesn’t believe you have enough cash, assets or credit on your own to pay for your bond or to secure a payment plan, they make ask you for one or more cosigners (indemnitors) that are willing to add their credit and collateral and to be responsible for payment if you don’t show up in court. The best bail bond agencies in California will always do their best to find a way to make it work.
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Sitting in jail worrying about how you’re going to get out is a huge waste of time and can leave your vulnerable to contracting diseases or being assaulted. Banging your head against the wall isn’t going to get your any closer to the jail house door, but there is something you can do immediately that’s effective. Call Mr. Nice Guys Bail Bonds 24/7 to discuss the many ways you can pay for or finance a bail bond that can get you out of jail within a matter of hours. The fastest way out, especially on weekends or holidays, is to be approved to bail yourself out and pay later. If that’s not possible, Mr. Nice Guy Bail Bonds will leave no stone unturned trying to find a payment method or payment plans that you can afford and that can get you released as soon as possible. We treat every person that calls us with the respect they deserve and every payment option and plan is negotiable. Don’t just sit there, call 844-400-2245 and bail yourself out.