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Espinoza Bail Bonds Fresno

Fresno, CA, 93727
Espinoza Bail Bonds Fresno
Fresno, CA 93727
(559) 366-9001 Fresno, CA, 93727 Payments Accepted: Credit Card, Check, Cash, Finance Services: Bail Bonds, Bail Bonds Agents, Bail Bond Company, Bail Bonds Payments, Bail Contract, Bail Information, Bail Release, Bail Set, Cash Bail, Court Bond, Payment Plans

Fresno Bail Bonds

Espinoza Bail Bonds provides bail bond services to inmates detained in all jails located in the greater Fresno area. We specialize in getting people out of jail FAST and have flexible payment options. If your friend or loved one is in jail, please contact us at (559) 366-9001 or complete the form below for immediate assistance, and a no obligation free consultation.

Bail Bond Agents in Fresno

Our Fresno bail bond agents are qualified bondsmen with experience writing bail bonds to get people out of jail fast. All of Espinoza Bail Bond Agents, Bail Bonding Agents, and Bail bondsmen are here to serve you. The bail bonding agent facilitates the process of sending the bond to the jail for a timely release. Give us a call at (559) 366-9001 we are ready to talk to you 24 hours a day.

A bail bond is something that a Fresno resident may need if that person experiences the unfortunate incident of being put in the Fresno Jail without bail money. A bail bonds Fresno company may be available when one’s family members and friends cannot help. Sometimes all a person can do is call a third party, like a bail agent, to help when the going gets rough. A bail bonds Fresno company can provide the funds a person needs to get out of jail until the court date at the Fresno Court arrives.

How the Bail Bond Fresno Process Works

Someone will have to call a bail bond company first to get the process in motion. What will happen is that a bondsman will take an assessment to see if the person qualifies for a bail bond. The bondsman will need some information on the defendant, the nature of the crime, and the defendant’s criminal history. At that point, he or she can determine whether the caller can pay a fee for bail bond assistance. Bail bonds usually cost about 10 percent of the total bail bond price. Applicants who have poor credit may have to offer collateral such as a vehicle title or a mortgage document. Once the applicant completes paperwork, the bail bond company will send someone to pick up the defendant.

Terms and Agreements

The defendant must appear in court on the date specified in the bail bond document. The bail bond company will lose its money if the defendant does not appear. Additionally, the judge may order a bench warrant and charge the defendant with an additional crime such as skipping bail. A compliant defendant will receive any collateral that he or she puts forth 30 days after the court hearing ends.

An interested person can call a bail bond provider now to start the process of freeing the defendant.

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