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No matter how clear the circumstances may have been when police charged your loved one with a crime worthy of detainment, until the actual court date, your loved one has the right to be treated as if they’re innocent under most conditions. They can secure counsel, prepare their case, and present it to a judge and/or a jury of their peers to decide their guilt or innocence That is the reason for the vital nature of the bail process.
When your loved one is taken into custody, they will be booked, paperwork completed, processed, fingerprinted, etc. Jail officials will follow a predetermined bail amount based on the code for your loved one’s offense.
Because of the routine nature of the process, we can state with confidence that the sooner we act on your behalf, the quicker and easier it will be to post your loved one’s bail.
We understand this is a stressful time. No one can make your loved one’s arrest a great experience. You’ll have questions and concerns, but all of these things can be resolved under much better conditions now that you don’t have to worry about your loved one’s safety and comfort.
Be sure to contact us with any questions, any time. We can also assist you with bail bonds in San Fernando. Call us at 818-678-6600.