Licensed Los Angeles Bail Bondsman Josh Herman and his trained staff of California bail bond agents will address your bail and bail bonds needs. If you have questions about how to get or your rights to bail bonds as well as your options if you are or a loved one is arrested, 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. Specializing in large bonds, they've handled thousands of justification hearings. Josh Herman Bail Bonds is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and accepts credit cards, checks and offers easy payment plans for its fast, friendly, and professional service.
When an individual is arrested for a crime, typically that person will be taken to a local law enforcement station for booking, prior to incarceration in a station lock-up or county jail.
Once arrested and booked, the defendant has several options for release pending the conclusion of his or her case. The bail bond system is designed to guarantee the appearance of a criminal defendant in court at the time the judge directs, once the defendant is released from jail. The most common method of release is using the services of a bail bond company. At Josh Herman's American Bail Bonds (A Josh Herman Bail Bonds Agency), we'll provide you with a listing of Marin bail options, jails, local courts, district attorneys and public defenders.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for immediate Marin bail bonding assistance and additional bail bond release information.
Herman Bail Bonds Co-Signer's Information:
What you should
know when signing for a Bail Bond Indemnitor (CO-SIGNER): It is the responsibility
of the indemnitor (cosigner) to see that the premium is paid. A bail bond
is an appearance bond and is good for one year. If the case continues
longer than a year, and additional premium is due and is collected for
each additional year. These premiums are not refundable and upon the release
of the defendant are fully earned. Any expenses
incurred in the transaction of a bail bond, such as long distance calls,
travel, or posting fees are to be paid by the indemnitor to the bail agent.
Most additional expenses we incur. It is the responsibility of the defendant
or indemnitor to supply accurate information.
If the defendant does not appear
The defendant is obligated by the bail agreement to appear at each and
every court appearance required by the court. The failure to do so will
result in the forfeiture of the bond. Failure to act immediately can add
up expense, such as tracing fees, court costs, and attorney fees if legal
action is taken. The indemnitor is liable. The law provides
that the associated expenses can not exceed the face amount of the bond.
(California Regular Code Title 10 Section 2081(d).
Getting off Bond Liability
You are no longer liable for the defendant's bond when he/she has completes
all of their court appearances, and when all premiums have been paid.
It is best to contact the agent when the bond is exonerated by the court,
for the fast return of any collateral pledged and to confirm that the
bond is exonerated. In the event of forfeiture, the indemnitor is liable
until the full amount of the bail has been paid, plus any expenses incurred
or until the court exonerates the bond. The bond then becomes void.
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