Bail Bond Articles Regarding Altadena

Educating Our Clients with Important Information

At Altadena Bail Bonds, we are here to guide you through this difficult situation. Please read these pages for more information:

Bail Costs

California Bail Costs In the state of California, the bail bonds industry is regulated.  A bail bond fee of 10%, is the percentage set by the California Department of Insurance, and mandated by law.  10% is the percentage pertaining to the full amount of the bail value.  For example, if the bail is $10,000, the...Read More

Bounty Hunters

A Bounty Hunter’s Role The television show “Bounty Hunter,” has been popular entertainment for many Americans.  Unfortunately, there are those who may consider this profession to be exciting, and even glamorous, however, this is not always the case.  While it is true, that a bounty hunter will experience some adrenalin pumping moments, the majority of...Read More

Following Arrest

The Process That Follows An Arrest Any individual who has been arrested in California, will be transported to a nearby law enforcement station for processing, and booking.  The entire process time will depend very much on the size of the station, as well as how busy they happen to be at the time.  It is...Read More

How Bail is Set

How Bail Is Set In California Each individual county within the state of California, sets their own “bail schedule” on an annual basis.  Even though bail amounts tend to not vary a great deal, this procedure is always adhered to.  California has the highest amounts of bail, anywhere in the country.  The Orange, and Los...Read More

Jail Release Options

Jail Release Options When an individual is arrested in the state of California, there are a few options available to gain a release from custody.  Some of these options will require financial commitment, however, some do not. Getting released on a bail bond, is probably the most often used release option.  Getting a bail bond,...Read More

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
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