Buena Park Bail Bonds

Buena Park is a beautiful city, home to one of the oldest theme parks in the country, Knotts Berry Farm. Although this city is home to many historic sites, it is also home to a multitude of arrests on an annual basis. Facing an arrest can be a difficult circumstance for the defendant, their family, and all of litigation teams involved. No one deserves to be on their own in this pressing time. Riverside Bail Bonds is a family owned and operated agency that has been serving the Orange County area for many decades. We will gather all of the information concerning your case and get you the help that you need. There is no one better for the job than our agents. We will guide you through the complex process of bail and your loved one will be home in no time. Our agents are just sitting around, waiting to take your phone call. Do not make matters any worse for you and your family. Call a bail agency today and avoid any further financial and emotional hardships or insecurities. You can call our agents at 951-788-2663 and we will begin filling out all the paperwork to have your loved one released. If you prefer to speak to an agent in person, you are more than welcome to visit us at our Riverside office on 4277 Main Street. You do not need an appointment or anything, just stop on by. We will answer all of your burning questions and inquiries. Contact us today for the bests service in Buena Park and all of Orange County.

Jails and Booking

If you are arrested in Buena Park, you will be taken to the closest available jail in the vicinity for booking. In most cases, that facility is the Men’s or Women’s Central Jail on 550 N. Flower St. Santa Ana, CA, 92703. Booking is where the inmate is checked into a facility, given clothes, and assigned a cell number. After this has been completed, the courts may charge the defendant and post bail. Bail is posted in two different ways. If the charge is a common crime in the area. There will often be a bail posting via a bail schedule. A bail schedule is a list of predetermined bail fees for certain crimes to minimize the time spent waiting to obtain a bond. If the crime is more high profile, the defendant may be asked to wait until a bail hearing is scheduled in which the defendant will have to face a judge to be given bail. Remember, it is your right as an American citizen to be given an opportunity for bail. The only reason under which this right would be withheld is if the defendant poses a flight risk or an overall danger to the community. You should contact a bail agency as soon as an arrest has been made to ensure that the defendant can be released shortly after bail is posted. Riverside Bail Bonds will do everything in our power to peed along this process and keep you informed of what actions need to be taken. If you feel your rights are violated in any way, it is your responsibility to contact a lawyer and follow the proper protocol to get the issue resolved. Riverside Bail Bonds will go to great lengths to keep you protected and secure.

How to Obtain a Bond

You may not be familiar with the various types of bonds and alternative payments on bail, but that’s okay. We don’t expect you to! Riverside Bail Bonds has trained their agents for years to be skilled and experienced in processing any type of bond you could possibly need! We will first collect all of the information on your case, then determine the type of bond, and then we will discuss payments and begin filling out the paperwork. We make a complex process simple, so that you can focus on the more crucial details like accessing litigation and building a solid defense. In some cases, a judge may not even require bail and let you out on your own recognizance. To qualify for this privilege, it must be a first-time misdemeanor crime and the defendant must not pose any danger or flight risk to their community. Because it is necessary for the defendant to be of high-profile within their community, this situation is fairly uncommon and there is usually some form of a bail fee required to be released. Fortunately, Riverside Bail Bonds can process almost any bond, including cash bonds, surety bonds, and property bonds. We will describe the most common bonds, what they are used for, and why they are helpful in certain situations. You can call us at any time to inquire further information regarding your specific case.

Cash bonds are typically the first type of bonds that come to mind when handling a bail fee. You might think that paying your entire bail charge in cash upfront is the simplest solution, and you would be right. However, being the simplest is not always the most logical. Bail can easily extend into the ten-thousand-dollar range making it extremely difficult to afford a cash bond in such short notice. In today’s society, it is common for people to struggle paying the monthly bills. No one has the time to be paying out thousands of dollars without any warning. Even the most financially well-off people should not shell out this kind of money for bail. Your money should be directed to building a suitable defense for your case. Likewise, cash bonds can take weeks to return after the case has completed. We want to help you alleviate any stress where ever possible. Thus, we have put together various payment plans and options to make a bail bond affordable to families of all economic backgrounds. Our office accepts cash, check, credit, debit, cashier’s check, money orders, and collateral in exchange for a bail premium fee. We will accommodate you in anywhere feasible and get you through this complex time. Do not take on a financial burden when you do not need to. When possible, we encourage all of our clients to seek a surety bond, the most efficient and affordable option.

When facing an expensive bail fee, your best option is to seek a surety bond. Surety bonds, also commonly referred to as bail bonds, are a written contract between a co-signer and a bail agency to post bail in exchange for compliance with the courts. Instead of paying the entire bail fee, the co-signer only pays a small percentage, and then the bail agent keeps that fee and posts the entire bond. This premium fee is fixed at 10%, via regulations set in place by California law. This is to protect the defendant, co-signer, and bail agency from paying an unfair price. Bail bonds allow you to come up with the cash in short notice, without putting a strain on your bank account. The premium is a small price to pay for stellar service and to see your loved one return home where they belong. Keep in mind, that as the co-signer, you will be taking on responsibilities for the bond and keeping the defendant in line with all stipulations set in place. It is important to be aware of all of your agreements before signing a bail contract with another agency. However, if a bail bond is still out of reach after the many payment plans to choose from, there may be a suitable alternative option for you.

There are always alternative options, and although we do not advise it, you can also take out a property bond. A property bond, unlike a surety bond, is secured with collateral and is not transferable to another co-signer. This means that if the co-signer no longer wants to be liable for the bond, they will have to fill out the proper paperwork to have their property released and return the defendant to custody. Now, collateral can easily be any item worth one and a half times the value of the bond. This overage is mandated to ensure the additional paperwork involved in securing property is taken care of. Commonly used collateral for a property bond are typically cars, jewelry, boats, and houses. However, it is not limited to these items. The problem with a property bond is that it is a lengthier process that requires far more paperwork that the typical bond. To secure property, it can take months to determine and while it is being processed, the defendant is sitting in custody helpless. The purpose of a bail bond is to be fast, affordable, and efficient. A property bond is often none of the above. However, there are times where a property bonds is mandated, such as in cases associated with illegal immigration. These cases require that bail is secured with property, simply because it necessitates that the defendant remain in the United States while handling their legal responsibilities. When a property bond is used to cover an illegal immigration case, your information will be overseen by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, also referred to as ICE. In the case that your bond is forfeited by a judge, the property will be sold off at auction to cover the bail fee and any remaining restitutions. Thereafter, the remaining fees will be returned to the co-signer.

What Happens When I’m Released?

You may think getting the bond was the difficult part, but everything you do from here forward is crucial to remaining out on bail to build a strong case for your defense. The court is going to mandate that you follow a very specific set of stipulations in order to be comfortable with allowing you to remain out on bail. The co-signer will be held responsible for keeping all contact, address, and case information consistently updated so that the courts and bail agency always have a grasp onto what is going on. The defendant will be required to attend all court hearing and remain within the vicinity of the court. They will also be required to avoid the charge of any additional crimes, including not following a restraining order if at all applicable. Failure to comply with any of these rules will lead to the judge issuing a bench warrant. That will leave the co-signer with approximately thirty days to find and return the defendant to custody before the bond is revoked. If the defendant is not returned, the co-signer will be held responsible for paying the entire bail fee that was once posted by the bail agency. That is why the role of a co-signer is a great responsibility. At this point, the only way to reinstate the bond is via a written letter by the bail agency. This letter might cost you hundreds of dollars with other agencies, but we write them free of charge to assist the co-signer throughout this process.

Now That all the restrictions are addressed, your next steps to building a strong case can be acted upon. Bail gives the defendant the gift of fighting their case while maintaining all of their freedoms from the comfort of their homes, but it is certainly not a time to relax. Your first action should be to access an attorney and any subsequent litigation that will put the odds of your case in your favor. Bail is also a time to return to work, whether at home or at an occupational facility. It is also a time to get your affairs in order if you are facing prison time in the event of a conviction. Our agents can happily remind you of court dates, help you attend thereof, and manage any other responsibilities you may need assistance in fulfilling. We are committed to providing you with outstanding service, so you should feel free to call and inquire for any additional assistance you may desire. We will be with you from start to finish, giving you the best care in Orange County. It is important that your trust us, so we will explain to you what makes us different from other bail agencies.

Finding the Right Bail Agency

We know that there are plenty of places to go for a bail bond in Buena Park, but there is no agency in all of Orange County that can compete with the services that Riverside Bail Bonds provides. Our agents are skilled and experienced in every bond and court system in the region. They understand the inner workings of Buena Park’s justice system and will employ all the tools to speed along the bail process and get you released from custody.

No one can 100% predict the time and place of their arrest. Because arrests are not on a schedule, neither is Riverside Bail Bonds. Our business is open 24 hours, 365 days a year so that we are available to you whenever your time in need arises. We are also local to ensure you can drive out if anything becomes too complex. We will be your anchor for the duration of your trial.

An arrest in the family can be a humiliating situation for the defendant and the family, so we do everything we can to protect your privacy. We will never exploit your private information for anything beyond getting you a bail bond. This means we will never use your story to advertise for our business are reveal your info without complete and utter consent. We value greatly that you have chosen to put your trust in us and we will not let you down.

Our agents are compassionate and do their best to accommodate families of all backgrounds. We get this can be a financial hardship on the family and that is why we will NEVER charge any hidden fees. You will only be held responsible for the premium free unless otherwise clearly determined through a conversation. Do not sign anything without agreements being made. Riverside Bail Bonds will be sure you of all your responsibilities before you agree to a contract. We never want to blindside you with unforeseen bills.

Give Us a Call or Visit Today

We can go on forever about what makes our agents and business so special but getting a bail bond is a pressing time. We simply ask you to grant us the opportunity to show you why we are the greatest agency in all of Orange County. You can call us at 951-788-2663 or visit us at our Riverside office on 4277 Main Street for more information about bail bonds or to begin the process. We gladly accept walk-ins and cannot wait to take your call.

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"From one bail bond company to another I recommend Riverside Bail Bonds. His family owned bail bonds company is all about treating people right!"
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"I refer all my bail bonds business to Riverside Bail Bonds when someone is in trouble in Riverside. I trust him and his employees to take care of people."
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