Bail Bonds in Placerville, CA
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The Espinoza Placerville Bail Bonds Office is conveniently located at:
300 Forni Rd, Placerville, CA 95667 .
Bail Bond Agents in Placerville
Our Placerville 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 (530) 494-6681 we are ready to talk to you 24 hours a day.
Bail bonds in Placerville are provided by a bail bond agent or bail bondsman, who pledges property or money as bail to get someone released from the Placerville jail and guarantee the person's appearance at a future court date, often at the Placerville Court.
Many bail bond agents negotiate an ongoing security agreement with the local court system. The agents will post a "blanket bond" to cover the costs of any of their defendants who fail to appear in court. These agents often arrange a credit line that can be accessed at all hours and precludes depositing cash for each new defendant.
Placerville has a population of 10,389 according to the 2010 Census and is the seat of El Dorado County. It is located where U.S. Route 50 crosses State Route 49 in the east-central part of the state.
Bail bonds Placerville, along with other cities in California, require extensive agreements that have to be certified and verified by the state's Department of Insurance. The bail bond agreements typically are provided by insurers who already have taken care of this process. Some courts accept 10 percent of the bail amount in cash or the full amount as a bond.
Bail bond agents usually charge a 10 percent fee if it's a state charge and 15 percent fee if it's a federal charge. The fee is non-refundable, it is the bail bond agent's fee for putting up the money that allows the defendant to stay out of jail until a verdict is rendered.
If it's a large bail amount, bail bond agents usually require the defendant to put up collateral such as a vehicle, home, or property. Then that is forfeited to the bail bond agent if the defendant doesn't show up for his or her court date.
Placerville, CA 95667
300 Forni Rd, Placerville, CA
Payments Accepted: Credit Card, Check, Cash, Finance
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