Do I Need a Bail Bondsman?

Advice from a California Bail Bonds Agent

If you were arrested by law enforcement, it means that the police believe they have gathered sufficient evidence against you to file formal charges and commence a criminal trial. Whether or not you committed a crime, you need someone who is on your side and who will explain what happens after the arrest.

At 101 Bail Bonds, our California bail bond agents understand the stress involved in being arrested and we are here to explain the different types of bail bonds and help you secure your release.

If you've never been arrested before, you will certainly have a lot of questions about bail, bail bonds, bail exoneration and bail notice. While you may hire a criminal defense attorney to defend you during your criminal trial, you must remember that your lawyer is not a bail bondsman, nor is securing your release your attorneys' area of expertise.

You can let your attorney focus on defending you while you let us focus on securing your release and getting you back home to your loved ones, your family, and your job.

Benefits of Using a Bail Bondsman

Do you really need a bail bondsman? The answer is yes, absolutely. Below are just a few benefits of working with 101 Bail Bonds:

  • You will receive FREE advice from a California licensed bail agent.
  • We will guide you through the bail bond process.
  • We help people by developing creative bail bond solutions for their unique situations.
  • We explain the appropriate type of bail bond for your circumstances.
  • We routinely monitor your case.
  • We will remind you of your upcoming court dates and ensure you don't miss court appearances.
  • We are prepared to provide transportation when necessary.

Why Choose 101 Bail Bonds?

The courts handle each criminal cased differently. When the judge sets the amount of bail, he or she takes into account the seriousness of the crime, whether or not the defendant is a threat to the community, and the judge determines if the defendant is a flight risk. If the judge sets bail in your case, you will be sent back to jail until your bail is posted.

If it's important to you to stay out of jail pending your future court dates, you will need a bail bondsman to help you secure your release. When you're dealing with your freedom, you're going to want to use a bail bond agent you can trust.

With over 25 years of combined experience servicing individuals all throughout California, you can turn to 101 Bail Bonds for all of your bail bond needs – contact us today!

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