Bail Bond Articles Regarding Inglewood

Educating Our Clients with Important Information

At Inglewood Bail Bonds, we are here to guide you through this difficult situation. Please read these pages for more information:

Bail Costs

, Bail Costs One of our frequently asked questions is how much bail costs. In California, bail is determined by many factors, but if you choose to use a bail bond, then the current rate is 10% of bail. This would mean that if your bail is set at $30,000, the premium you would pay...Read More

Bounty Hunters

What Bounty Hunting is Really Like When we think about bounty hunters we think about action packed movies that we’ve seen or picture the old west with outlaws on horses being pursued. While some of that happened, it’s really not like that most of the time. The modern purpose of a bounty hunter is to...Read More

Following Arrest

What Happens Following an Arrest in Before an offender even sees a jail cell, he or she must be processed and booked. Depending on where the jail is and how busy they are, this could be a quick process or it could even take up to 12 hours. 1. The offender will be searched. This...Read More

How Bail is Set

How California Bail is Set In California, bail is set by a panel of judges in each county. Each year, the judges get together to review and possibly change the current bail costs. The bail costs could change based on crime rates and other factors. The end result is a bail schedule. The purpose of...Read More

Jail Release Options

Ways to Get Released from Jail The first thought on most everyone’s mind once they get arrested is when and how they can get out of jail. There are actually several ways that this can happen. Much of it depends on factors such as your past offenses, the seriousness of the offense, and your financial...Read More

State vs. Federal Bail

What Makes Federal Bail Different? Federal bail can be very different from state bail even though they are both based upon the same principal: to make sure the defendant attends court dates. See below for specific differences: With state bail there is a bail schedule with federal bail there is no regulation; all is decided...Read More
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