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This Sliding Bar can be switched on or off in theme options, and can take any widget you throw at it or even fill it with your custom HTML Code. Its perfect for grabbing the attention of your viewers. Choose between 1, 2, 3 or 4 columns, set the background color, widget divider color, activate transparency, a top border or fully disable it on desktop and mobile.

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This Is A Custom Widget

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FAQ’s

What is a Bail Bond?

A bond is a payment that is made on behalf of a person in order to leave jail until the trial date. By issuing a bond, Infinity guarantees the defendants appearance in court until the final disposition of his/her case.

How Do Bail Bonds Work?

Posting a California bail bond; our professional and courteous Agents are

here to guide you through the process.

 

1. Call us at 1-800-539-4066 and tell us where your friend or relative is

being held. If you don’t know, we can find out for you.

 

2. Infinity Bail Bonds will help you fill out the paperwork needed to secure

your friend or relative’s release. We have this process down–it only takes

about 20 minutes.  We come to you!!  Once we have the information, and

receive payment, we will post the bail bond at the jail. In California, the

standard bail bond cost is 10 percent, but in some circumstances it could be

as low as 8 percent.  If you are short on cash, Infinity Bail Bonds accepts

all major credit cards.  Payment plans are available.

 

3. Your friend or relative will be released after the jail processes the bail

bond. It really is that easy.

 

We have professional bail agents in every county in California. Let Infinity

Bail Bonds help you when you need a bail bond!

How Much Will I End up Paying for the Bond?

The premium and collateral amounts vary depending on case. Generally, the premium could vary from between 8%-10%. The collateral amounts depend on the amount of the bond. For a free consultation call 800- 539-4066

What is Collateral?

Collateral is property or goods used as security against a loan and forfeited if the defendant does not appear in court. Acceptable collateral includes cash, property, business certificate, and stocks.

Do I Get My Money Back After The Case Is Over?

The premium paid to the bonding office  is non refundable. That fee covers the costs to get the defendant out of custody. Once the defendant has been released from custody the fee is considered as payment for the release. If for some reason, infinity fails to get the defendant released than an exception is made, and the premium will be refunded.

What If I Think The Defendant Is Not Going To Show Up For Court After I Have Posted The Bond?

If you believe the defendant is not going to show up at court, it is imperative that you contact your bond agent as soon as possible to discuss your options in detail.

Can The Defendant Leave The State Or The Country While On Bond?

Before attempting to leave the state or country  you will need to contact your bond agent for approval. In some circumstances you will also need the courts approval. Failure to comply with the stipulations of bond may result in the defendants arrest.

Are Some Bondsmen Less Expensive Than Others?

Like discounts, the general costs in your area depend on the locale’s statutes and regulations. Bonding agents are generally licensed and regulated by the state. The guiding principle is that the premium rates are not to be “excessive, inadequate, or unfairly discriminatory.” If you are interested in the cheapest bail bonds in your area, you can visit here to find out what the rates that allowed by law in your area.

What Do Bondsmen Accept As Collateral?

Each bonding office will have their own standards but for the most part you can expect them to accept various forms of bail collateral. Some example of collateral include:

  • Real estate

  • Cars

  • Credit cards

  • Stocks

  • Bonds

  • Jewelry

  • Personal credit

  • Bank accounts

What Happens If The Defendant Gets Re-Arrested While Out On Bond?

Once the defendant is back in custody the bond can be surrendered and your liability will be terminated. There are a few problems here: if you decided to surrender the bond you will lose the premium that was paid, and if you decided to get the defendant out on bond again, you will now have to post two new bonds and pay the premium on both bonds again.

How Did The Bail Bond System Get Started?

The bail bond system arises out of common law. The posting money or property in exchange for temporary release pending a trial dates back to 13th century England. The modern commercial practice of bail bonds has continued to evolve in the United States while it has since ceased to exist in most modern nation-states.

Who is an Indemnitor/Guarantor?

An indemnitor/guarantor is an individual, usually a friend or family member of the defendant, who agrees to indemnify the bail agent against a loss.

How Long Does it Take to be Released From Jail?

Once a bail agent has been contacted, it usually takes less than an hour for the paperwork to be completed. However, release times vary from jail to jail and state to state. It could take as little as thirty minutes or as long as forty-eight hours to be released from jail.

What Happens if a Defendant Fails to Appear in Court?

If a defendant fails to appear in court, the court issues a bench warrant for that person’s arrest and they are considered a fugitive. Generally, the bail agency is authorized by the court to arrest the individual.

What Does it Mean When a Bail Bond is Exonerated?

A bail bond is exonerated when the legal process/trial has finished. It does not matter whether the defendant is found guilty/innocent or if the case has been dismissed. At this point, the bail bond is discharged. However, any unpaid premium, fees or other amounts charged by the bail service provider are still owed.

When Does Forfeiture Take Place?

A forfeiture occurs when a defendant fails to appear in court. If a defendant misses a court date, a bench warrant is issued for their arrest. It is possible in many cases that the bail bond may be “reinstated” by the defendant working with Aladdin to report back to the court, which allows the court to set a new trial date for the defendant.

What is a Summary of Judgement?

A summary judgment is issued by the court if, following a bail bond forfeiture, the deadline for reinstating the bond or returning the defendant to custody has passed. Upon issuance of a summary judgment, the full bail amount must be paid.

What is a Reinstatement?

This is a process by which a defendant who has failed to appear in court can have their bench warrant removed and the bail bond re-activated or “reinstated” with the court. The defendant, working with Aladdin, will report back to the court which allows the court to set a new court date for the defendant. This proceeding may result in additional fees to the defendant/co-signer.

What is Considered by the Court in Fixing the Amount of Bail?

The amount of the bail is first and foremost within the scope and discretion of the judge or magistrate, with only two general limitations:

  1. The purpose of bail is not to penalize or punish the defendant, but only to secure the appearance of the accused, and it should be set with that in mind.

  2. Excessive bail, not warranted by the circumstances or the evidence at hand, is not only improper but a violation of constitutional rights. In fixing the amount of the bail, the court takes into consideration the seriousness of the charge, the defendant’s previous criminal record and the probability of the defendant appearing at the trial or hearing.

Additionally, if public safety is an issue, the court may make an inquiry where it may consider allegations of injury to the victim, danger to the public and/or to the defendant, threats to the victim or a witness, the use of a deadly weapon and the defendant’s use or possession of controlled substances. A judge or magistrate setting bail in other than a scheduled or usual amount must state on the record the reasons and address the issue of threats made against a victim or a witness. The court must also consider evidence offered by the detained person regarding ties to the community and ability to post bond. The bail amount set by the court must be within the minimum range amount of bail that would reasonably assure the defendant’s appearance – NOT the maximum! It is important to remember that it is the court magistrate that determines bail amounts.