We’ve made it easy to educate yourself by creating free consultations. Every single person who contacts us is entitled to a free bail bonds consultation. When you seek out one of our consultations, you’ll instantly be put in touch with one of our California bail bonds experts. We urge you to ask them any question that crosses your mind. You won’t believe how much information you get during the consultation.
The size of the payments themselves will be dependent on the bail bond itself and what you can afford. If you have good co-signers with you, then you can get better monthly payment options. Co-signers with approved credit can qualify for a 0% down. This means that they won’t have to make a payment on the bail bonds until up to a month after their loved one was released from jail.
Saugus Bail Bonds is a family-owned bail company and has been in the industry for nearly 30 years and continues to help clients who walk away 100% satisfied with the company’s service. We are proud to maintain our reputation as being the best in California, with zero down bonds, no hidden fees and zero interest. Clients can really tell their agent means well.
Here at Saugus Bail Bonds, we do everything we can to make bailing someone out of jail an affordable experience. We work with each of our clients to create a payment plan that works with their unique budget. With our help, you will be able to afford to rescue your friend or family member from jail.
The first advantage connected to turning to Saugus Bail Bonds when your finances don’t allow you to post the entire bail is that we only require 10% of the bail amount. That’s it, just ten percent.
If you don’t have the 10% we have flexible payment plans. We will work closely with you to create a payment program that works with your financial situation. These payments are zero-interest so when all is said and done, you’ll still have only paid the 10%.
In some situations, we will ask for some sort of collateral. This usually only happens when the requested bail bond is high or when we think your loved one is a flight risk. We’ll explain what we accept as collateral during the free consultation and make sure you understand how we use the collateral before you sign the bail bonds contract.
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“Santa Clarita Bail Bond Store thank you for your professionalism and working with my family to get me out of custody. Even though I hope to never experience this again, I would definitely recommend you to anyone that I know that has been arrested.”
– Diana V.
“My wife contacted Santa Clarita Bail Bond Store and they were there bright and early taking care of business. He was very polite and knew his job. I am very impressed and very pleased with Santa Clarita Bail Bond Store.”
– Bobby T.
“I am happy to provide my feedback on your bail bond service. It was great!!! Not having to use this kind of service before you were kind to guide me through the process. You were there to answer the phone when I called, and it was way after normal business hours. I hope I do not need your services again, but if I do, it will be your company I call. Thanks again for being there when we needed help.”
The judge, who looks at the defendant’s crime, their criminal history, and their ties with the community, determines the amount of bail a defendant needs to post in order to be released from jail. Most people cannot afford bail on their own so they seek help of a bail bondsman like the agents at Saugus Bail Bonds. The agent will work with the defendant and/ or a cosigner to evaluate how they can pay not the full bail amount, but instead the premium, which is 10% of the full bail amount. Once that has been figured out, paperwork will be completed and sent to the jail where the defendant is being held. The bail bond agent will post the bail bond. It may take a few hours for him or her to actually be released, but those few hours behind bars is still much better than days and weeks.
Once they are released, they are allowed to return home, to work, to family until the judge requires them to reappear in court. In order for this bail bond to be 100% valid, if you will, the defendant MUST come to court whenever ordered and must comply with any and all other orders and restrictions set by the judge, like performing community service, or staying away from a certain person or place. The defendant has to stay out of trouble. If they fail to show up in court or fail to comply with the terms of release, the bail bond will be invalid and the bondsman will have to track down the defendant to bring them back to court. The full bail amount will then need to be paid, and any collateral tied to the initial bail bondmay not be released back.
It seems like a simple, no questions asked process but not all cases go without problems. Saugus Bail Bonds will do their best to make every case as seamless as possible. We know bail is expensive and families are torn apart when one is arrested. We want to help resolve these problems so please contact us at 661-799-0600 because we can help!