Do You Have Questions about Bail Bonds?

Do You Have Questions about Bail?

There are a lot of different industries out there and you can’t be expected to know everything about each one. That isn’t possible. This is why, whenever you need help with something you turn to a professional from that industry. They will help you and answer all of your questions. When it comes to finding help with bail in California, the best place to look is Van Pool Bail Bonds in Richmond.

Our bail agents have years of training and experience behind them. They can answer all of your questions about bail and walk you through each step of the process. Our agents are available 24/7 and answer all kinds of questions daily. Some of the common questions that people have include:

What’s the difference between bail and a bail bond?

Bail is the amount of money that the court requires to be paid for a person to be released from jail. A bail bond is an agreement between a bail agent and their client. The bail agent agrees to pay the full bail for their client and in return, the client agrees to pay the agent 10% of the full bail amount as payment for the service.

How much does a bail bond cost?

Bail bonds in California cost 10% of the full bail price. At Van Pool Bail Bonds in Richmond, we can provide a bail bond at only 8% of the cost of the bail clients who qualify.

How do I qualify for the discount?

To qualify for the discount, one of the co-signers for the bail bond needs to be a member of the military, a member of AARP, a union member, a homeowner, or have a private attorney. AS long as one of those requirements is met, you can qualify for the discount.

What is a co-signer?

A co-signer is a person who is willing to sign the contract for the bail bond. By signing the contract, co-signers take responsibility for the bail bond and their loved one. This means that it is up to them to make sure payments are made on time and that their loved one goes to all of their court dates. There can be more than one co-signer for a bail bond.

How much do I have to pay upfront?

This varies from case to case and depends on the size of the bail bond and the co-signers.

This is just a small sample of the questions our bail agents answer daily. If you still have questions, just talk to one of our bail agents. All consultations are free and our agents are available to talk 24/7.

You can get a free consultation at any time by calling 510-778-7365 or clicking Chat With Us now.