Rancho Cucamonga Bail Bonds

When asked what your greatest fear might be, you probably would not think to say an arrest. However, when an arrest comes to mind, people often think about the jail cell, the helplessness, and the emotional toll it could wreak on a family. No one deserves to feel this way, and luckily, you do not have to. If you live in the Rancho Cucamonga area and are faced with an arrest, Rocco Edivan Bail Bonds can be there to help. We are the best bail agency in the region, widely recommended for our speed and efficiency with a wide range of bail needs. We will get you or your loved one home as fast as possible at an affordable rate, so that you can return to your responsibilities and prepare a strong case for your defense.

The Arrest and Discharge Process

Where You Should Go?

If you are arrested, you will be taken to the closest jail in your region and you will be booked and processed. After your case is reviewed, your bail will be posted, and we can get to work. The closest court house in the Rancho Cucamonga district is located at 12811 sixth Street, Rancho Cucamonga, CA. The telephone number for the courthouse is 909-899-5510. You may contact them or us for information on your case. Once we have gathered the appropriate information from you and have completed the application, we will send a bail agent to the jail to have your loved one discharged. We will navigate the complexities of the bail process and make it easy to make all of the hard decisions to come. We want to make this process simple and fast so that your loved can be returned home where they belong.

How Much Does a Bail Bond Cost?

When you take out a surety bond, which is the most affordable option, you are only required to pay a small percentage of the entire bail fee to a bail agent who is then able to post the entire bail to get the defendant released. This fee, per California law, is fixed at a rate of 10%. Because bail can be every expensive, the option of a bond makes it much more reasonable to come up with the money in such short notice. Rocco Edivan goes the extra mile to also offer in-house financing options that enable you to pay off your bail fee in payments. We will accept cash, money order, cashier check, credit/debit, and in special circumstances, property.

Because a bail bond can be expensive in its own right, we want to make sure you are fully informed of all the costs involved. Beyond the 10% premium, Rocco Edivan will not charge any additional fees. We caution you to review all paperwork with an agency before signing, to ensure they have not involved these hidden fees as well. A common practice of bail agencies is to charge an annual renewal fee. This fee can cost up to the same amount as the initial premium and be charged every year until the case is closed. We understand this unfavorable to any family that is withstanding the emotional turmoil of an unresolved case. We also understand that the duration of such a case is not in any way under the control of the said family. That is why we will never engage in this unfair practice but will offer our unwavering services to you from start to finish. Likewise, we will not engage in the deceitful practice of a cancellation fee. When the district attorney is overwhelmed with cases, they will sometimes fail to make a formal charge against the defendant within a reasonable time frame. When this occurs, it can lead to the defendant’s bail being cancelled in which a new bail bond will be required. Manipulative agencies will jump on this opportunity to re-charge their clients an additional premium. Rocco Edivan, nonetheless, can assure you that you will pay nothing beyond your 10% rate. We make this process affordable so the families who need it can access it. We even go a step further by writing all resumptions of liability papers for no charge. We will do everything in our own right to protect the defendant, co-signer, and your family throughout your case. We want to make this option available to as many people as we can, so they can get the help that they desperately need and access the resources to maintain justice where it is deserved. 

What Type of Bond is Needed?

Rocco Edivan has gathered over 17 years of experience in the bail bonds field and is familiar with every kind of bond you could possibly need. Amongst these bonds are surety bonds, prostitution bonds, property bonds, domestic violence bonds, cash bonds, and immigration bonds. Immigration bonds are very common in the Rancho Cucamonga area and be quite complex if you do not know the proper steps to take. We will be glad to help navigate this confusing process so that you can feel confident knowing you have made the best choices for your particular situation.

Immigration bonds are handled in much the same way as other types of bonds. Both surety bonds and cash bonds are used to secure an immigration. When a person is taken into custody and found to be in the United States illegally, there are several things that must be considered. At Rocco Edivan Bail Bonds, our agents are available 24 hours a day to answer your call and discuss your options with you. We understand the intricacies of a bond that is related to an immigration case and are willing to explain the process to you.

Dealing with An Immigration Bond

ICE, also known as Immigration and Customs Enforcement, is the government agency in charge of handling immigration and deportation cases. There may be a time when an arrest takes place where no bond is required. The defendant is released on their recognizance as long as they agree to make their court appearances as they are scheduled. If the judge does set bail, however, the defendant will have to hire a bail bonds agent and post a bond to obtain their release.

Why Are Immigration Bonds Often Secured with Property?

Immigration bonds are often secured with property for the simple fact that the courts want to guarantee that the person will remain in the United States long enough to go to court and take care of their legal responsibilities. Bond amounts may be high enough that securing them with collateral of some kind is much easier than providing cash. Collateral can take many forms including, but not limited to, cars, real estate, jewelry, boats, or planes. While property is assigned to a bond as collateral, it cannot be sold or transferred to someone else. The property used to secure a bond must be at least one and a half times the value of the bond amount to be able to be used. This overage is needed to cover the added expense that is often associated with a property or immigration bond.

What Happens If an Immigration Bond Is Revoked or Forfeited?

If an immigration bond is revoked, it means that the co-signer no longer wants to be responsible for the defendant and they want their property released. Once the defendant has been returned to custody, the co-signer must pay the 10% premium required to cover the bond (if it hasn't been paid already). The property can then be released back to the co-signer and the lien from the court is removed. If the defendant chooses to not fulfill their responsibilities and a property bond is forfeited, the property will be sold at auction at the price of the bond. Any amount left over after the fees and court costs have been taken will be returned to the co-signer.

Why Call Rocco Edivan For an Immigration Bond?

Rocco Edivan Bail Bonds is well known throughout California as one of the best bail bonds agencies in the business. With their many years of experience, the agents of Rocco Edivan Bail Bonds have the answers to all of your questions and concerns when it comes to immigration bonds and the laws and protocols involved with them. They can determine what type of collateral is being required by the court, or if a cash bond can be used. When a cash bond is requested, there is no need for a bail bond agent. A cash bond means the bond must be paid in full, at the court before the defendant can be released. When a property or surety bond is required, the 10% premium and the collateral to secure the bond must be collected by the bail bonds agency. If a home or vehicle is used as collateral the deed or title is turned over to ensure the property is not sold or used to secure another bond.

What Do You Need to do Upon Release?

In order to remain discharged on bail, it is required of both the defendant and the co-signer to maintain all regulations set into place by the court. First, we will review the responsibilities of the co-signer. As a co-signer you are signing a contract that holds you responsible for the full amount of the bail in the case that is forfeited by a judge. Beyond upkeeping the defendant’s responsibilities, which we will also review, you are held accountable for keeping all records of addresses and contacts up to date. We need to know that there is an open line of communication between us, you, and the courts, so that all actions are made aware by all parties and nothing goes unaddressed. Thus, it is very important that your check-in on a weekly basis to ensure all necessary actions are taken at their appropriate time. Now as the defendant, you are also required additional rules to upkeep. These typically include consistent and regular court attendance, maintaining any restriction orders, avoiding the charge of additional crimes, and remaining within the jurisdiction of the courts. Failure to listen to any of these guidelines will result in the judge issuing a bench warrant and forfeiting the bond. If the bond is forfeited, the only way to redeem it is by a resumption of liability plea from the bail agency. Because this can very much elongate the bail process, it is better to simply comply with all the rules and obtain the freedom to fight your case from home. It is greatly encouraged that as soon as the defendant is released, that they contact an attorney as well as any other resources that could come to their favor in fighting their case. It is also a time for the defendant to return to their legal responsibilities and their daily work. In the case that a conviction does occur, it is also a time to get one’s affairs in order in the event that some jail time is spent.

What Makes Us the Best Bail Agency Near You!

Rocco Edivan Bail Bonds is family owned and operated, enabling us to show compassion and grace in every situation. Our agents are skilled, experienced, fast, efficient, and working non-stop to get your loved one back at home where they belong. We know that trust is something that must be earned, so we will do our best to explain what we are about and hopefully you will come to us for the best possible service you could receive in all of Rancho Cucamonga.

We Get You Through This as Fast as We Can

An arrest in the family can be overwhelming for everyone involved. That is why we employ all of our resources to get your life back to its normal routine in no time. We do this by opening our business 24 hours a day, on weekends and holidays, making ourselves available whenever you may need us. You can call us at any hour or come visit us face to face and we will begin the process of getting your loved one home immediately. Our experience in the Rancho Cucamonga court systems enables us to take advantage of their inner workings and employ all the tricks necessary to get you through the process faster than any other agency.

We Will Not Disclose Your Personal Information

Here at Rocco Edivan, we greatly value your choice to put your trust in us. We also are not blind to the embarrassment that an arrest can evoke. For these reasons, as well as a few additional factors, we have established a 100% confidentiality practice all throughout our business. You will never have to worry that your private information will become public without your full disclosure and consent. In fact, we will not even ask to release your info unless it is for the benefit of your case. We are not interested in compromising your safety for the promotion of our business. Our job is to protect and service you throughout the bail procedure and that is exactly what we will strive to do. You can count on us that your information is safe and private.

We Are Local

Along with being around the clock, Rocco Edivan is located in the neighboring city of Riverside to cater to your time of need. You can call us at any time, but you are also more than welcome to visit the office in Riverside on 4277 Main Street for any additional questions. Because we are so close, we have gathered the time and experience to deal with all of the cases that come up in your area. Likewise, our agents know how to work the system to ensure you or your loved one is released within a reasonable time frame. We do not want to add any additional hardship on your family and know the best thing for the defendant is to be home.

We Can Help You Today

If you live in the Rancho Cucamonga area and need a bail bond, call the bail bond agents of Rocco Edivan today. We are efficient and fast so that you can have one less thing to worry about as you prepare your case for court. The agents are always available and the door to their office is always open. Don't wait to call! Timing is critical, especially if an immigration bail bond is required. Contact the office at 951-788-2663 to get the process started and have all of your concerns addressed. If you would prefer a face to face conversation, you are more than welcome to stop by at our Riverside office on 4277 Main Street. Our agents are ready to get the ball rolling any time you call, day or night! We want nothing more than for you to maintain all your freedoms as you fight to upkeep them. Do yourself a favor, and get yourelf the best bail agency in the area to facilitate you along the way of your case. Do not hesitate to call us immediately upon an arrest and we will help you get through this.

Immigration bonds are handled in much the same way as other types of bonds. Both surety bonds and cash bonds are used to secure an immigration. When a person is taken into custody and found to be in the United States illegally, there are several things that must be considered. At Rocco Edivan Bail Bonds, our agents are available 24 hours a day to answer your call and discuss your options with you. We understand the intricacies of a bond that is related to an immigration case and are willing to explain the process to you.

Dealing with An Immigration Bond

ICE, also known as Immigration and Customs Enforcement, is the government agency in charge of handling immigration and deportation cases. There may be a time when an arrest takes place where no bond is required. The defendant is released on their recognizance as long as they agree to make their court appearances as they are scheduled. If the judge does set bail, however, the defendant will have to hire a bail bonds agent and post a bond to obtain their release.

Why Are Immigration Bonds Often Secured with Property?

Immigration bonds are often secured with property for the simple fact that the courts want to guarantee that the person will remain in the United States long enough to go to court and take care of their legal responsibilities. Bond amounts may be high enough that securing them with collateral of some kind is much easier than providing cash. Collateral can take many forms including, but not limited to, cars, real estate, jewelry, boats, or planes. While property is assigned to a bond as collateral, it cannot be sold or transferred to someone else. The property used to secure a bond must be at least one and a half times the value of the bond amount to be able to be used. This overage is needed to cover the added expense that is often associated with a property or immigration bond.

What Happens If an Immigration Bond Is Revoked or Forfeited?

If an immigration bond is revoked, it means that the co-signer no longer wants to be responsible for the defendant and they want their property released. Once the defendant has been returned to custody, the co-signer must pay the 10% premium required to cover the bond (if it hasn't been paid already). The property can then be released back to the co-signer and the lien from the court is removed. If the defendant chooses to not fulfill their responsibilities and a property bond is forfeited, the property will be sold at auction the bond amount paid in full with the proceeds. Any amount left over after the fees and court costs have been taken will be returned to the co-signer.

Why Call Rocco Edivan For an Immigration Bond?

Rocco Edivan Bail Bonds is well known throughout California as one of the best bail bonds agencies in the business. With their many years of experience, the agents of Rocco Edivan Bail Bonds have the answers to all of your questions and concerns when it comes to immigration bonds and the laws and protocols involved with them. They can determine what type of collateral is being required by the court, or if a cash bond can be used. When a cash bond is requested, there is no need for a bail bond agent. A cash bond means the bond must be paid in full, at the court before the defendant can be released. When a property or surety bond is required, the 10% premium and the collateral to secure the bond must be collected by the bail bonds agency. If a home or vehicle is used as collateral the deed or title is turned over to ensure the property is not sold or used to secure another bond.

If you live in the Rancho Cucamonga area and need an immigration bail bond, call the bail bond agents of Rocco Edivan today. The agents are always available and the door to their office is always open. Don't wait to call! Timing is critical, especially if an immigration bail bond is required. Contact the office at 951-788-2663 to get the process started and have all of your concerns addressed. Our agents are ready to get the ball rolling any time you call, day or night!

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"From one bail bond company to another I recommend Rocco Edivan Bail Bonds. His family owned bail bonds company is all about treating people right!"
Owner - Ryan Wells
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"I refer all my bail bonds business to Rocco Edivan when someone is in trouble in Riverside. I trust him and his employees to take care of people."
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"Rocco Edivan is a great and honest person who I recommend to anyone"
Negin Yamini - Los Angeles Criminal Attorney

"Honest and reliable company who takes care of everyone I know"
Vincent Ross - Orange County Criminal Defense Attorney

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