Daly City Bail Bond Store provides affordable bail bonds for defendants who are held in California jails. Bail bonds are an alternative method to posting bail and costs only 10% of the full bail amount. On top of that, this 10%, called the premium, is paid in increments over a payment plan, custom created to meet your financial needs. Here are the different ways you can pay for the bail bond:
Cash and checks – Bring it in or mail it.
Debit and credit – Swing by an office to make a transaction, or go online and use our convenient and secure online payment portal.
Tax return – Technically this would just fall under any of the above because once your tax return clears and is in your bank account, you would then proceed to pay for the bail bond in one of the above ways...
Did you know that a person who is out on bail is more likely to show up for their court dates? One of the biggest reasons this is true is that their current release could not have happened if it were not for the bail bond co-signer and/ or anyone who pledged collateral.
If the defendant fails to appear in court, the co-signer feels the consequences and the collateral is taken away. So loved ones are betting on the defendant to show up in court; the defendant does not want to let their loved ones down. They want to prove to them, and to everyone, that they can handle this situation maturely and responsibly. This is why they are more likely to show up for court.
When you bail a friend or family member out of jail, you become a part of that person’s support group...
Picture your warm, comforting home.
Now picture jail. It is likely you are thinking along the lines of cold, dingy, dirty, cement cells and an overall, unpleasant experience.
If you were arrested, wouldn’t you rather bail out of jail and return home, than live in jail during your entire trial?
Now think about how your loved one, who was actually arrested, feels in this situation. They are eligible to post bail, but they can use your help. It will be faster and more affordable if they have someone they love and trust helping take care of some of it. This is especially true, considering they have limited resources while in jail.
To help facilitate their immediate release, you should contact Daly City Bail Bond Store, one of California’s most trusted bail bond companies...
When needing to post bail, a defendant has a couple of options. Which option he or she chooses is dependent on what they can afford.
The first option is cash bail. For this option, the defendant, and anyone on his or her behalf, must pay the full bail amount to the court in order for the defendant to be released. The full amount must be paid before the defendant will be released. The money can be refunded later on, if the defendant shows up for court and does not cause any further problems.
The second option is a bail bond, where the defendant hires a third party bail bond company to assist with the process. The defendant, and anyone on his or her behalf, will pay the bail bond company 10% of the full bail amount, which is called the premium...
When you learn that your loved one is in jail, do your best not to panic. Panicking, especially in front of them, is only going to make them more scared and worried than they already are. Take a deep breath, and then take another one.
It is not entirely up to you to bail your loved one out of jail and get him or her back home. You need to provide as much support and help as possible, but Daly City Bail Bond Store will take care of all the nitty gritty when it comes to bail bond. That is what we do, it is who we are. We will not let you down.
We will work with you and your loved one to figure out an affordable payment plan. The bail bond will cost 10% of the full bail amount, so keep that in mind. We want your finances to be as flexible as possible so you do not have to struggle...
This note goes out to all the millennials who use Netflix, Hulu, HBO GO, or any other similar, subscription-based, streaming platform. Sharing passwords to an account is now officially a felony.
Perhaps before this, you already thought that sharing your password was the wrong thing to do, since you are allowing others to avoid paying for the subscription service. However, that did not stop you since the company had no way of knowing, plus everyone did it.
A recent court ruling is changing that, and now password sharing for these sites is a federal crime. The ruling came from a case that actually did not involve these streaming services. A man, who had left his job, continued to use his former employee’s credentials to access private information, with intent to defraud...
Bail bond co-signers play a vital role in the bail bond process. Some bail bonds can be dependent on having one or more co-signers. If the defendant fails to get the required number of co-signers for his or her bail bond, then they ultimately cannot get a bail bond and they cannot bail out of jail.
Co-signers are responsible for seeing that the defendant shows up for court appointments. Whether that is just reminding them with a phone call ahead of time, or picking them up and driving them to court, it is up to the co-signer to see they make it to court. Even if it literally means they chase after them down the street to bring them to court, then so be it. If the defendant misses a court appointment, there are repercussions for the defendant themselves, but also some for the co-signer.