Salinas, CA 93906
1410 Natividad Rd, Salinas, CA, 93906
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Bail Bonds in Salinas, CA
Espinoza Bail Bonds provides bail bond services to inmates detained in all jails located in the greater Salinas 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 (831) 221-5940 or complete the form below for immediate assistance, and a no obligation free consultation.
Bail Bond Agents in Salinas
Our Salinas 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. Give us a call at (831) 221-5940 we are ready to talk to you 24 hours a day.
Seeing a friend or a family member in the Salinas jail can cause some of the worst feelings in the world. Feeling helpless is a natural feeling when a friend or loved one is in such a position. Loved ones always want to help when they see someone in a bad state. Even a short stint in jail can cause a person to lose his or her job. Therefore, finding a way out of jail is imperative. A bail bonds Salinas company can assist by providing the funds that a person needs to help a defendant who is in jail and would like to be free until their day in the Salinas court.
Either the defendant or any interested party can qualify for help with bail bonds. The first qualification that the person must meet is the age qualification. No one under 18 years of age can apply for bail bonds because the process requires a contract signature. Secondly, the person must be the defendant or know someone who is currently going through some legal processes. Thirdly, the person will have to contact a bail bonds Salinas specialist and give that person some information on the defendant and the crime of which he or she is accused.
The applicant will have to give the bail bond specialist personal information, as well.
The bail bond company may ask for collateral if it feels as though the applicant has poor credit. Another reason the company may ask for collateral is if the defendant has a history of jumping bail. A long criminal history is an additional reason that a bail bond company may ask for collateral.
Once the person pays the bondsman’s fees, someone will free the defendant. The defendant will have to show up on the specified court date or the judge may charge him or her with contempt of court. The bond company will return all collateral to the defendant or borrower within 30 days of the court hearing’s end date.
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