Los Angeles Bail Bondsman Josh Herman and his trained staff of bail bond agents are serving California
and surrounding areas for bail bonds 24 hours 7 days. If you need
bail bonds or traffic bonds, contact Josh and his team of bail bond agents at email@example.com.
Josh and his staff of bail bond agents provide cities in California with reliable
service and welcome all inquiries for bail bonds and traffic bonds.
Specializing in large bonds, they've handled thousands of Justification
hearings. Josh Herman Bail Bonds is open twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week
(24/7) and accepts credit cards, checks and offer easy payment
plans for their fast, friendly, and professional service.
"We promise to make your experience with our bail bonds business
a good one," says Josh. "Being a third generation bail bond business
and having forty years of experience, I understand what you are
going through. My trained staff of California bail bond agents will give you the best and most
up to date information. Don't allow someone you love to spend
more time than needed away from their friends and family."
"We work very closely with our clients to help them get out
of jail as quickly as possible," Josh adds. "Every person
should have the opportunity to get help. And me and California bail bond agents are here to assist
you. We know it's not always easy to come up with hard assets
in tough times. Even when you don't own a home or have hard assets
- things most bail bond co require - we are able to get your
loved one out of jail. Feel free to contact us anytime for a free,
confidential consultation. We are happy to answer any and all
of your questions."
Contacts for California Bail Bondsman,
County Jails, Courts, District Attorneys, Public Defenders | Click
The links below to California counties include information on local jails, police departments, courts and many of the county’s government sites that are applicable to bail, bail bonds and criminal matters. If you need further information on how bail bonds work or would like to speak directly with a Josh Herman, a licensed Bail Bondsman, call one of the following numbers, 24 hours 7 days a week ...
Counties in California served:
County | Alpine
County | Amador
County | Butte
County | Colusa
County | Contra
Costa County | Del
Dorado County | Fresno
County | Glenn
County | Humboldt
County | Inyo
County | Kern
County | Kings
County | Lake
County | Los
Angeles County | Madera
County | Marin
County | Mendocino
County | Merced
County | Modoc
County | Monterey
County | Napa
County | Nevada
County | Placer
County | Plumas
County | Riverside
County | San
Benito County | San
Diego County | San
Francisco County | San
Luis Obispo County | San
Mateo County | Santa
Clara County | Santa
Cruz County | Shasta
County | Sierra
County | Solano
County | Sonoma
County | Stanislaus
County | Tehama
County | Trinity
County | Tulare
County | Ventura
County | Yolo
County | Yuba
areas in California served:
Sur Region | Lake
Tahoe | Silicon
What is Bail?
The word bail as a legal term means:
usually a sum of money, exchanged for the release of an arrested
person as a guarantee of that person's appearance for trial.
As a verb, bail in this instance means to secure the release
of an arrested person by providing bail.
from imprisonment on payment of such money. As a verb, bail
in this instance means to release a person under such guarantee.
person providing such payment.
The Eighth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution requires that bail not be excessive. This means that bail should not be used to raise money for the government or to punish a person for being suspected of committing a crime. The purpose of bail is to give an arrested person his/her freedom until he/she is convicted of a crime, and the amount of bail must be no more than is reasonably necessary to keep her from fleeing before a case is over. Bail is set to assure the attendance of the defendant, when his or her appearance is required in court, whether before or after conviction.
There are two ways to pay your bail. You may either pay the full amount of the bail or buy a bail bond. A bail bond is like a check held in reserve: It represents your promise that you will appear in court when you are supposed to. You pay a bond seller (ie. bail bondsman, Josh Herman) to post a bond (a certain sum of money) with the court, and the court keeps the bond in case you don’t show up.
What is a Bail Bond?
bail bond is a type of surety
bond used to secure the release from custody of a person charged
with a criminal offense. Under such a contract, the principal is
the accused, the obligee is the government, and the surety is the
Most people are familiar with bail bonds. Someone arrested on a criminal charge may be held until trial, unless they furnish the required bail. The posting of a bail bond acquired by or on behalf of the incarcerated person is one means of meeting the required bail. When a bond is issued, the bonding company guarantees that the defendant will appear in court at a given time and place. The Government entity (state or federal) in whose court the defendant must appear, is protected by the bond. If the defendant fails to appear, the bond amount becomes payable and is forfeited as a penalty by the surety insurer issuing the bond. Bail bonds usually require collateral (cash, a deed, or other property) to protect the surety.
Bail bonds are issued by licensed "Bail Agents" (ie. bail bondsman, Josh Herman) who specialize in their underwriting and issuance. Bail agents act as the appointed representatives of licensed surety insurance companies.
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The form of bail varies from jurisdiction, but the common forms
of bail include:
3. Citation Release
4. Property bond
5. Orders of Protection
Bail bond co-signer
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What should you know as a co-signer,
or bail bond indemnitor? What
happens if the defendant does not appear? At what point is the co-signer
no longer liable for the bond?
The service of a bail bondsman | Click
A bail bondsman is any person
or corporation that will act as a surety and pledge money or property
as bail for the appearance of a criminal defendant in court. Learn
more in this section
Bail: Frequently Asked Questions | Click
Here's the place to get answers to some commonly asked questions
about bail and bail bonds
Questions include: What are my
options if I am arrested? How do I get a bond? How long is the bail
process? What is collateral and What do bondsmen accept as collateral?
Can I finance the bail bond fee? Do I get my money back after the
case is over? What information should I have before I contact the
What is the
history of bail bonds?
to the San Francisco News and the San Francisco Chronicle, the first modern
Bail Bonds business in the United States, the system by which
a person pays a percentage to a professional bondsman who puts
up the cash as a guarantee that the person will appear in court,
was established by Tom and Peter P. McDonough in San Francisco
Traditionally, bail is some
form of property deposited or pledged to a court in order to persuade
it to release a suspect from jail, on the understanding that the
suspect will return for trial or forfeit the bail ("skipping
bail" or "jumping bail" is also illegal). In most
cases, bail money will be returned at the end of the trial, if
all court appearances are made, no matter whether the person is
found guilty of the crime accused. Legislatures also set out certain
crimes to be "unbailable," such as capital crimes or
in some cases premeditated murder.
some countries, including the U.S., granting bail is common. In
others, depending upon the court and the accusations, bail is
not always available. Countries without bail imprison the suspect
before the trial only if deemed necessary. And, in some countries
outside of the United States (such as England and Wales), bail
simply refers to the release of the accused before trial.
Additional Bail and Bail Bond Information:
California Counties/Cities Bail Info: Home | Click
All about bail: The Wikipedia approach
Legal Terms To Learn | Click
Bail - Frequently Asked Questions | Click
California Bail and Bail Bonds Regulations | Click
Court Jail Police Locator: All States (HTML
Bail Laws by State | Click
How Bail Works | Click
History of Bail | Click
Bail Web Sites:
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Bail | Bailquick
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