Bailing a loved one out of jail can be a terrifying experience. You’re so worried about what may happen to them, but you don’t have much money and you have no idea who you’re supposed to call. Your mind is likely racing. You’ve never been in this kind of trouble yourself, and neither have your loved ones. What are you supposed to do?
Listen to the advice of our experts in California. Don’t let yourself get overwhelmed. If you remain calm and follow the advice of our professional bondsmen at our Glendora branch, chances are good that your loved one will be free in a very short time.
As soon as we receive your call, we’ll take action to secure your loved one’s release. We’ll begin by contacting the jail to let them know you’ll be posting their bail. This should prevent the chance of their being transferred to another facility, prolonging their release.
We’ll work with you in person to get the paperwork filled out. We’ll need for you to designate a co-signer to vouch for your loved one. The court requires that there be someone to verify their presence at any court dates required.
We make it easy for you to pay for their bond. We accept cash, check, or any major credit card.
From here, it should just be a short time until your loved one is free. No one can make their arrest a pleasant experience, but with our team by your side, you’ll be so relieved that the ordeal was handled the way it was.
If you ever find yourself in this situation, and you need to bail your loved one out of jail, make sure to give us a call at 626-500-1414. Bail Bonds DIRECT be there for you right away.