Bail Bond Articles Regarding Malibu

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State vs. Federal Bail

State Bail Bonds vs. Federal Bonds Federal bonds are very different to State bail bonds, and the two should never be confused.  State bail bonds permit a defendant to leave custody prior to their trial.  State bail bonds are regulated by the respective state, and are reliant upon a set bail schedule, whereas Federal bonds...Read More

Jail Release Options

Release From Custody Options There are a few options available to individuals who have been arrested in the state of California.  While some will require money up front, others will not. Getting released on a bail bond, is probably the most common release option used.  Getting a bail bond, or Surety bond as it is...Read More

How Bail is Set

How Bail Is Set In California Bail amounts are set by each county, in the state of California.  Each individual county sets its own “bail schedule” each year.  It is true to say however, that even though bail amounts do not change much, every county still follows the process of setting an annual bail schedule. ...Read More

Following Arrest

The Process Following An Arrest After an individual has been arrested in California, they will be transported to a local law enforcement station to be booked and processed.  The time it takes to process an arrested person can be dependent upon the size of the station and jail, and how busy they are.  In some...Read More

Bounty Hunters

The Role of a Bounty Hunter Most of us have either watched or have heard of the TV show, “Bounty Hunter.”  This show depicts the occupation of bounty hunting as being exciting, and even somewhat glamorous.  The hard fact of the matter is, the reality is really quite different.  While bounty hunters certainly do get...Read More

Bail Costs

California Bail Costs The bail industry is actually regulated in the state of California.  The fee for a bail bond is usually 10%, of the total bail amount, and is set by the California Department of Insurance, and mandated by law.  This percentage pertains to the full amount of a bail.  For example, if the...Read More
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